Tag Archives: #translocation

Beni and Boni the Orangutans back to Borneo

August became the month of independence for Indonesia, as well as what we did at WRC Jogja. There are several recent activities that we have done quite well to conserve wildlife. In early August, we got a new arrival, a reticulated python (Python reticulatus). This animal is rescued by the Center of Orangutan Protection (COP). […]

Papua’s Endemic Animals Back to Their Natural Habitat

July 2021 was not an easy month for all of us, especially for 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 temporarily […]

The day has come. Ucokwati and Mungil’s translocation is finally done.

One year of the pandemic has passed, but current conditions can be fairly stagnant. Although vaccines are carried out in several countries, travel restrictions are still in place in some countries, including Indonesia. This prolonged condition as well as the media coverage has had quite an impact on us. BKSDA Jogja, who feels they have […]

Survive at the pandemic : From Animal Adoption to Translocation

Time flies so fast in February. We still have to carried out several activities during the pandemic, even though we had to tighten expenses and cut some employee salaries due to lack of funds. Open donation and fundraising programs have really helped us through all these difficulties. In one month, approximately 100 million rupiahs are […]

The 2020’s Recap

2020 has been the toughest year for WRC Jogja, for all of us. The virus pandemic paralyzes all sectors of the economy. Even though we are engaged in the conservation sector, in fact, we are also being affected. The flights out of action, and the closure of borders has stopped the arrival of foreign visitors, […]