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.

View the latest Orangutan Foundation news... View upcoming events... View the latest Orangutan Foundation press releases... View the latest Orangutan Foundation media items... View the latest conservation news...

Orangutan Conservation

Find out how Orangutan Foundation is working towards a future for orangutans, forests and people.

Orangutan Tours

Adopt an Orangutan

Support the return of orangutans back on their slow journey back to the wild by adopting an orphan orangutan.

Adopt Wenda at Care For The Wild

Online Shop

Buy from a range of books, artwork, cards, toys and t-shirts to help support the Orangutan Foundation.

Olivia the Orangutan Cuddly Toy

Leaving a Legacy

Leaving a legacy is the greatest gift you can give us as it provides a secure resource for our crucial work.

Leaving a lasting legacy