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14/11/2022

Working to Save Javan Gibbons

Over the past few months, our Aspinall Indonesia team have been very busy across all the activities that form our Javan gibbon rehabilitation and release programme.

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17/10/2022

Progress in Sumatra

Under the expert direction of Country Director, Made Wedana, our team in Indonesia are progressing well with the construction and preparations for the first dedicated Siamang Rehabilitation Centre in south Sumatra.

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13/09/2022

Conservation Education & Future Generations

Conservation Education enables people of all ages to learn about the natural world. It also provides the opportunity for people to appreciate their own country's natural resources and how to conserve them for the future. The Aspinall Indonesia team...

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26/08/2022

Announcing our first project in Sumatra

Left: Rescued Siamang gibbon at our centre in Java. Right: Captive-bred Siamang at our parks in the UK

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15/08/2022

Our Two Year Anniversary - Java

Femi (July 2022), released at Mt Tilu on 5th June 2021 © The Aspinall Foundation Indonesia

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06/07/2022

Offering salvation to vanishing species

Our Indonesia Team continues to provide a full rescue and rehabilitation programme for t hreatened primates that have fallen victim to the illegal pet trade, which continued unabated in 2021.

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06/07/2022

An emotional few months at Mount Camdeboo

News from our groundbreaking cheetah rewilding project

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06/07/2022

Born to live wild

As a regular supporter, you may have read many of our stories about Djala, a western lowland gorilla whose life epitomises so much of the work we do at The Aspinall Foundation. This year, he will reach the grand age of 40. Onthe occasion of this...

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29/06/2022

Tonga Group Update

Last month our team in Gabon had their first contact with the Tonga group for two years. The group, estimated to be 13 in size, were spotted by the Mpassa river.  5 of the group were visible, including Tonga, Zora and Batéké. Below is a bit of...

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