One rescue, one admission to the rescue and rehabilitation station, several transports to the reintroduction station and two releases: June was a busy month for the SOCP in Sumatra.
Have you ever wondered how the number of wild orangutans is determined?
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.
Our team sets up camera traps in the area of the monitoring station in the Batang Toru Ecosystem, in the province of North Sumatra.
The tropical rainforest is being recklessly burned to the ground all over the world. The repercussions are fatal!
Over the course of the past few weeks our rescue and rehabilitation station has received quite a few additions.
The New Year brings new joy: At the rescue and rehabilitation station six young orang-utans are ready to be taken to the reintroduction station in «Jambi».
Why do we focus on the endangered Sumatra orangutans? What are our main activities in Sumatra?
On the 10th of May 2016, the PanEco Foundation submitted its letter of resignation to the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO). The decision to leave was based on multiple