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Jodet, a Sumatran orangutan (Pongo abelii), has been cared for at the Jogja Wildlife Rescue Center (Yogyakarta Nature Conservation Foundation) since March 1, 2022. This animal was entrusted to the East Kalimantan BKSDA after the confiscation of an unlicensed animal park on East Java Island. The team of doctors from WRC Jogja followed the orangutan...
April to May is a month of joy. We also wish a Happy Eid Al-Fitr to all of you who celebrate. Even though April is the month of Ramadan, we continue to work wholeheartedly for the preservation of the animals, especially those we care for here to keep them healthy. We have managed to do...
This March, we have a new animal coming from the zoo due to the closure of the zoo due to not having a permit from the local government. WRC Jogja temporarily accommodated an orangutan (Pongo pygmaeus) and a Sun bear (Helarctos malayanus) for a health check before being flown to Kalimantan for further rehabilitation. This...
The adoption program is one of the supporting programs for animal care at WRC Jogja. This February, eight adopters have helped to support the eight animals that we care for here. In early February, a Crested Goshawk Eagle (Accipiter trivirgatus) with a broken leg was brought to our center. Someone found him lying on the...
At the beginning of 2022, still in a pandemic situation, we accepted a total of eight intern students and one final-year student who was doing co-assistance to obtain a veterinary degree. Before carrying out internship activities at our place, all medical examinations must be completed to prevent the spread of the virus. When there was...
Entering September, the level of enforcement of restrictions on community activities in our area has been lowered and has begun to be relaxed. This is in line with vaccinations, which are quite intense in some places. All employees at WRC Jogja have also undergone complete vaccinations. We hope that with this vaccination, we can prevent...
August is quite a proud month for us. Apart from commemorating Indonesia’s independence day, on the same day we translocated two adult male orangutans named Beni and Boni to the Arsari Orangutan Sanctuary Center in East Kalimantan. Beni and Boni have been living and being cared for in our center for a long time because...
July 2021 will not be an easy month for all of us, especially at WRC Jogja. The soaring number of COVID-19 cases in Indonesia has also affected the activities we have planned. In usual years, we are very busy with school group programs, but this year all activities involving students from abroad had to be...
It’s been awhile…. May and June are still like the previous months. We are all still shrouded in fear of the virus that is still engulfing us. But animals still have to eat and live healthy lives. To continue the program of supporting operations with strict health protocols, we still accept internship programs as well...
We were Celebrating” one year of the pandemic, but this March was still a regular month for us. Some of the activities we do include focusing on the saltwater and New Guinea crocodile medical check-up, moving the long-tailed macaque we received last February to a bigger cage after having completed a few weeks of quarantine,...
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Tojeiro volunteered at WRC in 2018 and instantly fell in love. He decided to leave his job in the Netherlands to work alongside our keepers, managing projects and making sure all the animals get the best care possible. During the relocation period, Tojeiro studied animal health management to increase his capacity in the field of animal welfare.