Five wild orangutans return to their natural habitat


“The BOS Foundation is committed to saving orangutans from critically threatened habitat and return them to suitable and safe habitat for their long term conservation.
Dr. Ir. Jamartin Sihite, the CEO of the BOS Foundation

After being cared for at the BOSF Rehabilitation Center in Nyaru Menteng for more than one year, five wild orangutans, who were rescued from an oil palm plantation and residential area, can now return to suitable and safe natural habitat.
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Five wild Orangutans return to their natural habitat

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Press Release: After being cared for at the BOSF Rehabilitation Center in Nyaru Menteng for more than one year, five wild orangutans, who were rescued from an oil palm plantation and residential area, can now return to suitable and safe natural habitat.
Read Article »

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An interview with Lone Drøscher Nielsen and excerpts from her talks in Australia March 2014.

A message from Lone to her Australian supporters:
"Thank you all in Australia for your dedication and zest for the cause and also for your wonderfully executed fundraising tour. It was a pleasure meeting you all and I hope we might be able to repeat this again sometime."


If you missed Lone's recent BOS Australia lecture tour, further media interview podcasts and video links can be found here.

For updates on the latest releases you can follow the Central Kalimantan Release Blog and the East Kalimantan Release Blog . These are updated regularly directly from Indonesia and the team on the ground.

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