In 2013, Sam was rescued from very poor conditions in a Malaysian zoo. She was welcomed into our orangutan care centre and began our rehabilitation and release program. In 2015 little Cupcake was born and since then, the pair have been working towards freedom and a new life, by learning ...
Donate to give orangutans in Sumatra and Borneo the best chance of survival against the threat of extinction. Support our work including critical habitat protection, orangutan care centres and rehabilitation and release programs.
Once you've unlocked the cage door and lifted a traumatised baby orangutan to freedom, you know that whatever they require from you to heal, become healthy and thrive again, you'll provide. You don't consider 'quick fixes'. You accept there's no single, guaranteed path to rehabilitation and no time frame you ...
The 2.6 million hectare Leuser Ecosystem, located in the provinces of Aceh and North Sumatra, in Indonesia, is recognised as one of the world’s foremost irreplaceable protected areas by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature
Illegal encroachers are a massive threat to the future of the orangutan. Please help us stop them before it’s too late.
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