After nearly 6 years on his rehabilitation journey, orphan Peanut has taken his next step - life in the wild!
Gelison, who was rescued in 2010 aged just eight months old, has now been released to live independently.
Together we are achieving great results for local wildlife and people.
Dr Sen Nathan, Assistant Director of Sabah Wildlife Department, highlights the current situation in Sabah with regards to sustainable palm oil.
Adopt Archie today and follow him on his journey back to the wild.
Minister of Plantation Industries and Commodities Datuk Seri Mah Siew Keong visits Sepilok
The dry season in the Central Kalimantan area has begun causing the Sabangau Forest to be under threat again from forest fires.
Lahad Datu Wildlife Department recently invited Orangutan Appeal UK staff to give a presentation to a local school to learn about conservation first-hand.
Sepilok is currently home to 5 orphaned young pygmy elephants whose mothers were killed by poachers.
Orangutan Appeal UK begun supporting The Centre for Orangutan Protection (COP) when it was founded in 2007. COP is an Indonesian organisation which campaigns against activities which threaten orangutans.
Orangutan Appeal UK joins filmmakers to help create an informative video about Sepilok and the plight of the orangutans.
Yokmal, a very large male orangutan who usually lives deep in the Kabili Reserve has recently paid a visit to Sepilok Rehabilitation Centre and he is a very impressive sight!