Hello from the Sebangau National Park forest!

Hello! Isabella and Louise here; two volunteers in the second group at the BNF Sebangau National Park camp. We are now over half way through our volunteering experience and over the last few weeks we have conducted gibbon triangulation surveys, measured the growth of trees in different plot sites, and surveyed the butterfly and dragonfly […]

Discovering the Rungan forest

Written by Arabella Newton From the beginning of July until last week we have been living and working in the Rungan forest, gradually building our understanding of the habitats found there and the animals that inhabit them. I´m Arabella, one of the expeditions and volunteer coordinators this year, and volunteer from last year. It has […]

Hear volunteer’s testimony from Rungan Forest- Borneo!

The volunteers from Exeter Univerity (UK) spent a month in Rungan Forest- Borneo Indonesia without any internet or mobile connection. They joined our scientific expedition to learn about the Rungan Forest and to understand the species richness and biodiversity there. Here are their testimonies from the beginning of their trip: Katherine – This is the […]

Hello from Rungan Forest – Borneo!

Hello, I’m Catherine, a Zoology student from the University of Exeter (UK) and Borneo Nature Foundation volunteer. I have just come back from an expedition with 8 other Exeter students, in the Rungan Forest; one of BNF’s main field sites. I have been in Indonesia for about one month and I am in love with […]

First time in Borneo: Exciting!

Helllo! I’m Anisha and I’m from India. I just graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, Sociology, and Economics. Studying animal behaviour and environmental s sciences have always been interests of mine so when I heard about BNF, the work done here, and the fact that I may be able to conservation activities through the […]