The Leuser Ecosystem is still not safe from poachers.

The Leuser Ecosystem is still not safe from poachers. Photos below are two corpse of Rhinoceros hornbills (Buceros rhinoceros) found by our patrol team in Tripe Jaya sub district of Gayo Lues, Aceh. Local people admitted that poachers from other region came to Gayo Lues in search of the bird horns believed as source of [...]

Orangutan Selfie In Our Camera Trap!

This month our camera traps in our restoration site in Sei Betung of Gunung Leuser National Park of the Leuser Ecosystem captures a great photos of a male orangutan, a sun bear, a barking deer, and pig tailed macaques. The orangutan in the camera trap was believed as Bagong, estimated 30 year old flanged male, [...]

Fruit Season In Our Restoration Site

After 4 months of phenology observation in primary forest adjacent to our restoration site, this month is said to be the peak of the fruit season in the primary forest in Gunung Leuser National Park of the Leuser Ecosystem, Sumatra. Phenology observation is aimed to record the appearance of young leaves, flowers and fruits in [...]

OIC & IAR Relocated Isolated female orangutan with her baby to Leuser Forest

After translocating an isolated female orangutan in Ujung Padang village, South Aceh, on 16 August 2014, our HOCRU team together with International Animal Rescue staff, and staffs of BKSDA and GLNP, had to relocate another isolated female orangutan with her baby from a farmland in Durin village, Bakongan, South Aceh, on 17 August 2014. The [...]

Again, an orangutan baby rescued in Aceh.

This may not be a good news at all but such story of our team dealing with orangutan being kept illegally is still happening until now, more especially in Aceh region. Yesterday, 5 August 2014, a very young male orangutan, estimated 10 months old, rescued and confiscated from a resident in Pepelah village, Pining Sub [...]

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The Leuser Ecosystem is still not safe from poachers.

Posted on September 10 - 2014 | 0 Comments

The Leuser Ecosystem is still not safe from poachers. Photos below are two corpse of Rhinoceros hornbills (Buceros rhinoceros) found by our patrol team in [...]

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Orangutan Selfie In Our Camera Trap!

Posted on August 31 - 2014 | 0 Comments

This month our camera traps in our restoration site in Sei Betung of Gunung Leuser National Park of the Leuser Ecosystem captures a great photos [...]

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