Latest News and Updates
Stay up to date with the progress of the Orangutan Haven and Wildlife Conservation Education Centre, along with key updates from all the Earth 4 Orangutan activities and campaigns.
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This year, all E40 Fundraising Tours have been able to leave a symbol of resemblance. This tree planting activity is helping us a HEAP to develop the new Orangutan Haven
Adelaide E40 Volunteer team do it again! What a wonderful night thumbing 1940's dance SWING!! Check out the amazing success one group of State volunteers can do!!!
Leuser and Fazhren both need better temporary facilities at Quarantine until their island home is built. Find out more about this exciting development!
The Orangutan Haven works has commenced with agricultural programs which are employing local community members, providing restoration along the main river and planting food commodities for sales in the near future.
In the past six months, new developments in land management have started and agricultural development has commenced, whilst we wait for the licence approval.
Your generosity and continued support of Orangutan Haven and Wildlife Conservation Education Centre has so far raised over $500,00! Find out whats been happening the last 6 months on funds raised and wonderful events!
Gober, our elderly female and mother to boisterous young twins Ginting and Ganteng, will be transferred to SOCP’s Jantho release site at the end of 2014.
The latest updates from the "Build A Sanctuary" Orangutan Haven.
As a starting baseline study, from 21 to 25 November 2013 the Orangutan Haven area at Sibolangit was visited by Mistar Kamsi and Bas van Balen for an ornithological survey. About sixty bird species were recorded, of which the most noteworthy were a single Malayan Night-heron, and groups of Ashy Minivets.
Your generosity and continued support of Orangutan Haven and Wildlife Conservation Education Centre has so far raised $434,942!
Now that the 46ha of land has been purchased and funds are being steadily raised to start paying back the land loans, it is hoped Stage 1 can commence in early 2014. This will involve construction of islands for Leuser, Tila and Dek Nong as well as an education and ecology centre
Concept plans have been drawn up by experienced landscape and zoo architect Stuart Green of Green & Dale Associates in Melbourne, Australia and are now available for viewing.