Finally, the time has come: The first orangutans can be transported from the rescue and rehabilitation center of our orangutan conservation program back to the reintroduction stations.
After years of planning and building, the Orangutan Haven on Sumatra is finally ready for the orangutans to move in!
She is not even two years old and already had to go through (too) much. Young Siska is a female orangutan.
After months of waiting, the time finally came just before Christmas: Nine orangutans were returned from Malaysia to Sumatra to be cared for at our quarantine and rehabilitation centre.
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Past summer there was a sighting of the two orangutans «Edelweiss» and «Eja» in the rainforest of Jantho, the first observation since «Edelweiss» was reintroduced. How beautiful!
The normal eating habits of wild orangutans are well known. They like to eat all kinds of fruits and leaves, and also insects like ants and termites too.
What a big honor: The British Queen honors Dr. Ian Singleton. Ian has been the director of the Sumatran-Organgutan-Conservation-Programme since the beginning in 2011.
In the middle of the ongoing pandemic orangutan female «Edelweiss» presents her offspring to us in the rainforest of Jantho.
The main goal of the Orangutan Conservation Programme is to rehabilitate as many orangutans as possible and to reintroduce them into the wild.