Announcement of Annual General Meeting
The Borneo Orangutan Survival Australia AGM is scheduled for Monday 25th October at 7pm (AEST) via Zoom.
Further details here.
We are also inviting supporters of BOS Australia to become members of this great organisation. Members can attend the AGM and participate in voting. By becoming a member, you are helping to define the direction of BOSA and our work to save orangutans. Single and family memberships are available here.
Our vision is a world where orangutans are free from the threat of extinction and can live in the wild, unharmed by humans.
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There are numerous threats to the viability of the remaining wild orangutan population in Indonesia and Malaysia. The primary threat is the loss of habitat with up to 80% of suitable forest in Indonesia and Malaysia having been lost in the past 20 years. Other threats, which often go hand-in-hand with the destruction of the rainforest, are the illegal pet trade and poaching.
It was early in the morning when our Post-Release Monitoring (PRM) team at Camp Lesik, in the Kehje Sewen Forest, East Kalimantan, set out to capture Bong. The female orangutan, whom we released five years ago,... View Article
In the forest, our Post-Release Monitoring (PRM) team members rely on supplies purchased monthly in Muara Wahau, the nearest town to Camp Nles Mamse, about 70 kilometres away. There, logistical and bulk food supplies, including vegetables... View Article
According to forest researcher Dr Sven Wunder, forest environmental services and conservation areas are generally divided into four categories: carbon sequestration and storage, biodiversity protection, watershed protection, and landscape beauty. In terms of its landscape beauty,... View Article
It was just after midnight on 9 August when the wildlife rescue team from the Natural Resources Conservation Agency in East Kalimantan arrived at our Samboja Lestari Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre. In their truck was a cat... View Article
It is always interesting to look at the progress young orangutans make along their rehabilitation journey at our Nyaru Menteng Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre. This time, let’s find out what Paulinus, Christina and Monita, the newest members... View Article
Most of the orangutans that end up at our rehabilitation centres arrive in poor health, with some suffering from severe diseases or disorders that require special care or treatment. Jeje is one of them. He was... View Article
Today, Sunday, 22 August, at 19:00 AEST, you have the one-off chance to view the exclusive online premiere of the documentary ‘Eyes of the Orangutan’ – a captivating exploration of the dark world of modern wildlife... View Article
We have planned two exclusive online events for you – exciting opportunities you don’t want to miss. On Thursday, 19 August, 18:00 AEST, we would like to celebrate International Orangutan Day with you. Join us for our three-hour... View Article
‘Crack!’, went the sound of a broken twig, stopping our Post-Release Monitoring (PRM) team from Camp Nles Mamse in the Kehje Sewen Forest, East Kalimantan, in their tracks! Tasked with observing and collecting data on the... View Article