Temannya berita terbaru National Parks Foundation

  • Nat Geo explorer ship visits endangered Bali starling

    Nat Geo explorer ship visits endangered Bali starling

    National Geographic expedition ship dropped anchor at Nusa Penida, pada 18 Oktober 2014, bringing 85 Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust environmentalists to witness a return to the wild of Critically-endangered Bali starlings. Registered on IUCN Threatened Species List, the birds are protected by traditional laws on this three islands Bali Bird ...

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  • On Location at FNPF's Pesalat Reforestation Program

    WANTED Green Media Superhero Indonesia

    Our Communications Manager is heading back to uni! We urgently need a passionate environmental communications professional at FNPF Indonesia, a front-line, grassroots conservation & community development NGO based in Ubud, Bali with multiple​ projects in Kalimantan, Bali & Nusa Penida.

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  • Cans For Kids Project working together with FNPF

    Cans For Kids Project working together with FNPF

    The ‘Cans For Kids Project’ - a fundraising and social outreach initiative by Year 5 & 6 students at Our Lady of Hope School in Adelaide, South Australia – provides micro-financing funds for Balinese children in need from the sale of recyclable plastic bottles, cans and fruit boxes.

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  • Coming Up

    Coming Up

    * Oktober : Philanthropist explorers to visit Nusa Penida ** Desember : “Christmas on the Green” - Please join us!

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  • Baby Agile gibbon rescued in Bali from smugglers. FNPF is urgently seeking financial help to cover the costs of the food and care they need. Photo supplied by WCU

    Endangered Young Gibbons Rescued From Wildlife Traders

    Teman-teman dari Yayasan Taman Nasional (FNPF) is caring for a group of endangered juvenile gibbons rescued on Bali from wildlife traders who illegally smuggled the endangered primates from the forests of Kalimantan, Borneo and Sumatra.

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  • Blessed to be free

    Blessed to be free

    FNPF projects cover some of the most stunning, diverse cultural and natural heritage across the Indonesian archipelago. From Kalimantan, Borneo to the island groups of greater Bali – we present from our field sites and daily staff journeys a new photo essay collection representing the best of our work.

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  • FNPF Forest Friend #1

    FNPF Forest Friend #1

    Hadran (56), a former illegal-logger turned friend of the forest – is now an FNPF Forester in and around Tanjung Puting National Park, in Central Kalimantan – vital habitat in the world’s tropical ecosystem. For a decade, Hadran earned a living clearing trees before he finally found his “eureka moment” ...

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  • Meet sisters Karen Joseph (left) & Alanie Joseph (right). Both enrolled at the University of Queensland, Karen (18) studies a Bachelor of Psychological Science and a Diploma in Spanish, while big sister Alanie (21) is a student of Bachelors of Economics/Laws.

    Volunteer Holidays

    “Twin” Australian sisters Alanie & Karen Joseph volunteered at FNPF Nusa Penida recently during a break from university studies – we caught up with them on the island and here is what they had to say about their experience.

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  • “Sabrina” in the jungle

    FNPF Star volunteer #1

    Introducing our first “FNPF Star Volunteer” – to recognize the talents and efforts of our global volunteers we will feature a “star” story each issue.

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  • Seized birds of prey return to the wild

    Seized birds of prey return to the wild

    Born to be wild, confiscated birds of prey cared for by veterinarians at the FNPF Bali Wildlife Rescue Centre are being released to freedom inside protected forest sanctuaries, in the mountains of Bali. To the tune of traditional ceremonies captured Changeable Hawk-eagles and Brahminy kites endemic to Southeast Asia returned ...

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  • Taking boat trip to work in jungle, Tanjung Puting National Park

    LONG-TERM VOLUNTEERS NEEDED ASAP!

    Borneo & Nusa Penida, Bali

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  • One Simple Thing You Can Do To Help Save Endangered Turtles

    One Simple Thing You Can Do To Help Save Endangered Turtles

    We are pleased to bring you our handcrafted Turtle Saver Bracelet, made from gemstone beads with a beautiful turtle charm. It makes a perfect souvenir or gift and all profits from the sale will go towards turtle conservation projects.

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  • Donations Needed To Help Endangered Young Gibbons Rescued From Wildlife Traders

    Sumbangan Dibutuhkan Untuk Bantuan Endangered Muda Gibbons Diselamatkan Dari Wildlife Pedagang

    Teman-teman dari Yayasan Taman Nasional (FNPF) adalah merawat sekelompok owa remaja yang terancam punah yang baru saja diselamatkan dari pedagang satwa liar.

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SIAPA KAMI

Friends of the National Park Yayasan (FNPF) adalah sebuah konservasi di Indonesia tidak-untuk organisasi nirlaba yang bekerja untuk melindungi satwa liar dan habitatnya, pada saat yang sama sebagai penunjang masyarakat lokal.

Proyek-proyek kami telah diakui secara global oleh organisasi seperti United Nations Development Programme, Dana Whitley Alam dan Rainforest Action Network.

FNPF didirikan 1997 oleh sekelompok dokter hewan, dan konservasionis. Kami tidak menerima dana pemerintah dan hanya mengandalkan pada dukungan relawan dan donor. Baca lebih lanjut tentang apa yang kita lakukan atau check out kami pendukung dan donor.

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BEBERAPA PENCAPAIAN KAMI

  • Menyimpan salah satu burung paling langka di dunia dan burung lambang Bali, ituJalak Bali, dari ambang kepunahan di alam liar
  • The pohon untuk reboisasi lebih dari 415 hektar - itu sama dengan sekitar 775 lapangan sepak bola - taman nasional dan suaka margasatwa di Kalimantan, di pulau Kalimantan

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BAGAIMANA ANDA BISA MENDAPATKAN TERLIBAT

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TEMUKAN KAMI DALAM BERITA

Scientific AmericanMinggu Spesies Snapshot: Bali Myna

“Program konservasi Terkemuka: Jalak Bali Proyek Konservasi di Nusa Penida, yang bulan ini merayakan kelahiran empat anak ayam yang sehat … “

USA TodayKepulauan Dekat dengan Bali

“Meskipun pulau berbukit Nusa Penida memiliki beberapa ketentuan bagi wisatawan, itu adalah tujuan penting bagi penggemar satwa liar. Sebuah pulau-lebar burung pelindung sanctuary informal yang telah didirikan di sana oleh teman nirlaba dari Taman Nasional Foundation.”

National Geographic (Indonesia)Kearifan Tradisi Awig-Awig Hidupkan Kembali Jalak Bali

Jakarta Globe - Konservasionis Klaim Sukses Dengan jalak

“FNPF, bekerja untuk melindungi satwa liar dan habitatnya sementara mendukung masyarakat lokal, banyak terlibat dalam mengubah Nusa Penida menjadi cagar alam burung tidak resmi dan surga bagi Jalak Bali.”

Sydney Morning HeraldDekat dengan Bali, Dunia yang terpisah

“Proyek ini telah sukses melarikan diri …”

South China Morning PostNusa Penida: surga di bawah pengepungan

“Burung-burung dirilis pada Nusa Penida melakukannya dengan baik; lebih di Bali, di mana mereka digunakan untuk mencoba untuk membebaskan mereka dengan harapan mereka akan terisi kembali alasan adat mereka, pemburu bentak mereka dalam waktu singkat.”

Garuda-flight magazineAn Island Sanctuary

“Kekuatan organisasi adalah dalam menciptakan konservasi berbasis masyarakat dengan menggabungkan program-program yang secara langsung meningkatkan masyarakat setempat melalui beasiswa pendidikan,agro-forestry dan eco-tourism.”

Jetstar dalam penerbangan majalah -Surga tropis di tempat kerja

“Dr Bayu Wirayudha, pemimpin karismatik FNPF, yakin program relawan adalah tentang pertukaran budaya seperti itu tentang membantu di lapangan.”

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Temukan lebih lanjut tentang FNPF Visitor Centre dan di dekatnya Bali Akomodasi pada

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