A selection of just some of the recent highlights of the Orangutan Foundation in the media...
Terry Pratchett Facing Extinction (BBC Radio Times)
Best-selling author Sir Terry Pratchett, diagnosed with Alzheimer's five years ago, has one last adventure he wants to go on. Eighteen years ago Terry had a life-changing experience in the jungles of Borneo, where he encountered orangutans in the wild for the first time. Now he's going back to find out what the future holds for these endangered species, and discover a new threat to their habitat that could push them to the brink of extinction. Details on the BBC website.
Trekking for orangutans, forests and people
Trekkers from The Bodyshop Foundation raising awareness and funds for the Orangutan Foundation.
Bornean orangutan rescued with 104 air gun pellet wounds – in pictures (The Guardian Online)
A female Bornean orangutan named Aan, rescued from an oil plantation in the Indonesian part of Borneo where she had been roaming for over a month, has survived an operation to remove 32 of the 104 air gun pellets in her body. Read the article at The Guardian Online.