The Prince's Rainforests Project recognise Appeal's research

The Appeal’s Orangutan Post-Release Monitoring Project in Borneo, is one of many projects around the world that are being recognised by the Prince’s Rainforest Project for rainforest conservation, sustainable income generation and biodiversity benefits.


New Adoptive Baby - Ceria

The Appeal is delighted to add Baby Ceria to our adoption scheme. Ceria was rescued by the Centre in Feburary 2007 and arrived in a very pitiful state after being kept as a pet. He was so ill we feared for his life. After the care and dedication of the team at Sepilok Ceria thankfully pulled through and is now doing really well. Adopt him today!

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BBC Online interview Sue Sheward

The BBC have published an interview with the appeal’s Chairwoman and Founder, Sue Sheward. <a href="" rel="external">Read the BBC interview</a>.

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Urgent Announcement

The Orangutan Appeal UK has been approached by a fledgling Indonesian group, the Centre for Orangutan Protection (COP), to help raise vital funds for their crucial work supporting orangutan conservation in Indonesian Borneo. We are running an appeal on their behalf and, if you would like to help this very small and very brave team carry out critical projects to help local indoneisans protect their rainforests and the orangutan, you can do so by making a donation direct to their work on our website by choosing "Centre for Orangutan Protection donations". Donate to COP

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In just a few years the Orangutan Appeal UK has funded numerous projects from new quarantine and medical wards, provision and maintenance of a Land Rover for rescues and releases, to helicopter translocations, sponsoring veterinarian staff and pioneering surgery, including the world’s first cataract operation on an orangutan.

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A Special gift from Rotterdam

Dedicated to helping the orangutans of Borneo, Angelina Muller and Eveline Schuette-Ratha from Rotterdam, returned to Sepilok in July this year after raising an amazing RM173, 564.90 for the UK Appeal and the Rehabilitation Centre.


Coronation Street stars visit Sepilok

Coronation Street actors, Tina O'Brien (Sarah Platt) and Ryan Thomas (Jason Grimshaw), flew out to Borneo in August to see for themselves the work that is being done to help save one of our closest cousins – the orangutans - from extinction.

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Paolo Nutini - our new supporter

The 20 year old Scottish born singer/songwriter Paolo Nutini, whose current hit is "New Shoes" has pledged his support, along with his base guitarist, Michael McDaid, to the Appeal and to helping save the endangered orangutans. The Band have adopted baby Sen and are encouraging their fans to do the same. Michael is adoptive father to Naru and he has posted a message on their website asking his fans to donate as much as possible to our work. Check it out at <a href="" rel="external"></a> and <a href="" rel="external"></a>

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My Second Orangutan Adventure

<strong>Jenny Aundrews reports on the April 2007 adventure holiday.</strong> Well, there I was again at Heathrow Airport, eagerly waiting to meet my fellow Adventurers. I had taken part in the 2006 Adventure and had such an amazing time I just had to do it again!

Orangutan Appeal and Sabah Wildlife

<strong>Over the past 40 years, orang-utans rescued in Sabah were rehabilitated at Sepilok before being released into the nearby jungle. Now the Sabah Wildlife Department tells JASWINDER KAUR about plans to translocate some of them to an alternative site in Lahad Datu</strong>

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