Banana Tree are proud to be working with Orangutan appeal UK.
Orangutan appeal UK would like to clarify some of the facts which are the subject of the latest petition published by Sean Whyte of Nature Alert.
I just wanted to introduce myself as I will be popping back every week to let you know what I have been up to.
I off to go and build a nest now up high in a tree and bed down for the night. I have to build a new one every time I want to go to bed. I better get to it as the light is starting to fade.
The Appeal is proud to announce that Sue Sheward, our chair person and founder, has been chosen to receive an MBE award in the Queen’s New Year’s honours list.
We have some fantastic news!!
Orphan orangutans Sen and Ceria, who have been part of our adoption scheme for quite some time, have recently been assessed by the Chief Wildlife Ranger at the Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre and I am delighted to say that they have both passed as being ready for the next stage of the rehabilitation process. This means that they have now been released into the Kabili Reserve which surrounds the Center and are just one stage away from their return to the wild.
Are you an experienced UK vet who would like to have the opportunity of a lifetime by volunteering at the Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre in Sabah?
Nature Alert’s Sean Whyte has, in his latest rantings in his open mail, made untrue, unfounded and uneducated accusations in an attempt to disgrace Orangutan Appeal UK and its work.