Webinar Series : “Migrant Birds: Friend or Foe during the Pandemic?”

  For the first time, on 27th of October 2020 the Wildlife Rescue Center Jogja held a webinar discussing about wildlife conservation. The issue raised was migratory birds with the theme “Migrant Birds: Friend or Foe during the Pandemic?” with resource persons Asman Adi Purwanto (BISA INDONESIA) and drh. Christida Estu Wastika (Hokkaido University) guided […]

Conservation Education Programme through online learning

The Covid pandemic has hit Indonesia since March 2020 and has continued until now. This hampered the programme at WRC Jogja. One of them is a conservation education program. The programme is actually focuses on education regarding wildlife conservation targeting students and the general public. There are several programs such as called jelajah alam, bird […]

Recounting a “hidden treasure” – Malayan Giant Turtle

Since the beginning of the pandemic where it was very difficult for us to meet all our needs because there is no income, fruits for animals, but donations came to us in many ways. One of them came from the Center of Orangutan Protection (COP). Both in terms of food and nutrition for animals, as […]

Quarantine Room Renovation By Gofundme

Several times we received animals from the residents. After being reported to the local authorities, before being placed in a proper cage, the animals must be quarantined for approximately 14 days in the quarantine building. During that time, the animals were checked for their health conditions first, whether in a condition for carrying disease or […]

Eagles And Two Peafowls released

In July 2020, Wildlife Rescue Centre Jogja has released three eagles and also two peafowls to Baluran National Park in East Java. This release programme is supported by Balai Konservasi Sumber Daya Alam Yogyakarta. We also got help from Center of Orangutan Protection (COP) for the translocation process and also from PPBJ (Jogja Bird Watchers […]

Crocodile Release

WRC Jogja collaborated with the government and Jakarta Animal Aid Network to translocate five saltwater crocodiles to Way Kambas National Park in Lampung, Sumatran Island. The crocodiles came to the centre from illegal pet, illegal trade, and were confiscated by the government. The biggest crocodile named Herbert (2.97 meters long) was here since 2014. He […]