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SOCP Momento to SCORPION Director (September 4, 2015)

The Sumatran Orangutan Conservation Programme (SOCP) organised a farewell gathering at the SOCP/YEL office in Medan (Friday, September 4, 2015) for Gunung Gea who resigns from SOCP to establish and direct SCORPION Foundation-a new NGO working for monitoring the illegal wildlife trade in Indonesia.

Posted on 09:50 September 05th, 2015 Read more...

Two Sumatran Tigers in Alarming Condition in Bengkulu, Sumatra (September 4, 2015)

In one corner of the office of the Natural Resources Conservation Agency (BKSDA) Bengkulu (in the island of Sumatra, Indonesia), there are two Sumatran tigers named Elsa and Giring with alarming conditions.

Posted on 07:24 September 05th, 2015 Read more...

​The capital’s mascot, the brahminy kite, is headed for extinction in the Jakartan wild: Expert (August 24, 2015)

The symbol of Indonesia is the mythical garuda eagle but the mascot of Jakarta is a very real bird that you could see soaring over the city. Unfortunately the ‘elang bondol,’ or brahminy kite, may well be nothing but a legend soon – at least in Jakarta anyway.

Posted on 21:47 September 02nd, 2015 Read more...

The DODO Reports Poor Cages of Orangutan in Mirah Fantasia (September 2, 2015)

Marison Guciano of the Indonesian Friends of the Animals: "Orangutans 'Will Die' If They Stay In These Cages."

Posted on 15:00 September 02nd, 2015 Read more...

Two Sumatran tigers suffer and can’t use their animal instincts (August 28, 2015)

Elsa, an adult female Sumatran tiger, has spent more than 1 year in a narrow metal cage measuring 1.5 x 2 meters. This horrible cage has injured her shoulder and leg.

Posted on 01:33 August 30th, 2015 Read more...

Smuggled orangutans prepared for repatriation to Indonesia – in pictures (August 28, 2015)

Thai vets conduct health checks on 14 orangutans before their repatriation to Indonesia. Most of the animals have been confiscated from the entertainment business in Phuket; others were recovered from smugglers. The orangutans are being examined to ensure they are free of diseases and are expected to return to Indonesia in September

Posted on 15:42 August 29th, 2015 Read more...
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