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Give Critical Veterinary Care

Orangutans taken from their mothers at an early age are often fed inappropriate food, kept in tiny cages where they can’t move, or contracting illnesses – all causing them to have ongoing physical and mental health problems. By donating $100 today, you can help orangutans receive critical treatment and care from our veterinary team.
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Australian Wildlife Projects

Australian Wildlife Projects Australian Walkabout Wildlife Park “Conservation through Education” This animal sanctuary is one of the few places in Australia where you can meet and interact with wild kangaroos, wallaroos, emus, wombats, bettongs, echidna, koalas,... View Article

Nyaru Menteng waste project completed

Nyaru Menteng Orang-utan Rehabilitation Centre now has a new wastewater treatment system that treats the dirty water from washing down orang-utan enclosures, from the clinic, from the kitchen, and from hand washing and some toilet facilities.

The new system was implemented from funding provided by BOS Australia and with the help of Nik Hyde (Nik Hyde Plumbing – Australia), Keith Bolton and Jayson Winmill (Ecoteam – Australia).

Help Hercules this year

With our current appeal all proceeds from sales will be sent to our sanctuaries to care for orangutans that will never be free.

Why can’t they be free, you ask… It’s not that we don’t want them to be free, it’s just that they can’t be.

You can help by making a donation, or purchasing a gift certificate:

•    for vet care
•    for nourishing food
•    for transporting babies to and from Forest School, or
•    to make their days enriched and stimulating.                 

Donations and virtual gifts are tax deductible.

Orangutans under threat

10 August 2012
Last month, the world-first release of two endangered orangutans, rehabilitated by humans, took place in a protected Indonesian reserve with help from Australian animal welfare organisation, Borneo Orangutan Survival (BOS) Australia.

Meet Sura…

4th December 2013
Meet just six months old, Sura was the latest victim of the scandalous Indonesian deforestation activities.

Enrich me please!

1 June 2014
Enrichment is a vital part of a fulfilling and stimulating life for a captive orangutan. It is essential not only for unreleasable orangutans, but those preparing to return to the wild. Help us to enrich and nurture the lives of the orangutans who are unable to be returned to the wild.

Celebrity Ambassador announcement

4 June 2013
Borneo Orangutan Survival (BOS) Australia announces new celebrity ambassador partnerships. BOS Australia is proud to align with such passionate media personalities, in their quest to help the plight of the orangutans.

Visit Samboja with Lou Grossfeldt

19th December2015
Join our VP Lou Grossfeldt and Primate Keeper, Janet Lackey, who will both be in Borneo at the Samboja Lestari Lodge from 10th to the 24th of February 2016 working on the ongoing behavioural enrichment project for the non releasable Orangutans.

Orangutan doctor – Dr David Irons

24 February 2009
WHEN he's in Scotland, GP Dr David Irons runs an accident and emergency unit in Stranraer, but when he's in Borneo his patients are much hairier, and more orange. That's because he's Medical Director of Borneo Orangutan Survival (BOS), and at their rehabilitation centre at Nyaru Menteng, he heads a team meeting the medical needs of around 650 orangutans and 200 staff. About 150 of his young, hairy charges are playing around him as we chat.

Three baby orangutans find sanctuary at Nyaru Menteng

22 June 2008
Nyaru Menteng - Borneo Orangutan Survival's rescue and rehabilitation centre in Indonesian Borneo - has recently welcomed the arrival of three young orangutans from West Kalimantan. All three (aged between 2-3 years) were confiscated from private households - victims of the illegal pet trade.

Pre-Release Salat Nusa Islands Finally in Use

10 November 2016
BOS Foundation Nyaru Menteng’s goal of utilising the Salat Nusa islands as a new pre-release area for rehabilitated orangutans has finally been achieved, with last week’s release of 12 Forest School graduates for the first time to Badak Kecil Island, in Pulang Pisau Regency, Central Kalimantan.