Patrocinar una hectárea de hábitat del orangután


Help us to save Indonesia’s endangered wildlife in Kalimantan, on the the island of Borneoincluding the critically endangered orangutanby sponsoring our reforestation projects. You can sponsor:

  • the planting of 10 árboles – US$50
  • or the reforestation of an entire hectareUS$1,750

In both cases this covers the cost of growing the saplings in our nursery, planting and follow up maintenance for three years. Over the last decade and a half we have replanted more than 415 hectares of forest – that’s equal to about 775 football fields. But there are many, many more sites that need reforestation right now.

We will give you the Google coordinates of your site, y enviar actualizaciones anuales de la actividad de plantación de árboles y las tasas de supervivencia. Email us at info@fnpf.org if you would like to help.

Orangutans in Kalimantan, en la isla de Borneo, are a critically endangered species.

Support us to restore native forest habitat in Kalimantan’s Tanjung Puting National Park and Lamandau River Wildlife Reserve, home to some the last remaining protected sites containing large orangutan populations. Within these protected areas orangutans can live in safety without fear of being killed as pests. Please help us to help the orangutans of Borneo survive.

Rapdily disappearing forest

Sin embargo, vast areas of forest in the national park and the reserve have disappeared, through farming, tala, la minería, y los incendios forestales. Aproximadamente 65% of Tanjung Puting and 50% of Lamandau is severely degraded or cleared of forest. Estamos trabajando activamente para la reforestación de estas áreas.

In addition to restoring the forest, we also rescue orangutans from surrounding farms and palm oil plantations and relocate them to the safety of these protected areas. Our reforestation projects are rebuilding native habitat to support an increasing population of orangutans.

Usually we select a site for reforestation that is adjacent to existing forest. Nuestro objetivo es a menudo para crear “corredores” to connect existing patches of forests to one another. Corridors enable orangutan and other wildlife to travel from one area to another in safety and with access to food.

High survival rates

Our approach to reforestation in Kalimantan has been developed over many years, que data de 1998 when we first started work in Tanjung Puting . Each reforestation project is planned over a three year time line. In year one we create a nursery close to the reforestation site, crecen miles de árboles nativos, y preparar el sitio de plantación.

Replanting trees in Kalimantan's Lamandau River Wildlife Reserve.

At the end of year one or the start of year two we plant the saplings. La siembra se realiza en la estación seca, because in the wet season the water level is often too high for planting or for the saplings to survive.

We care for and maintain the saplings for the next two yearscutting back aggressive weeds and grasses that can kill them, replacing dead saplings and protecting the area from forest fires.

Conservation education to boot

After three years the saplings are tall and strong enough to survive without regular maintenance. Our approach results in a sapling survival rate after three years of more than 70%. After this we continue to plant more saplings on a more ad hoc basis, sustitución de los que mueren, y aumentar la diversidad de especies.

Sembramos menos 400 árboles por hectárea, pero dependiendo de los recursos – the funds we have to employ local staffwe try to plant more than 2,000 por hectárea. Nuestros árboles se cultivan a partir de semillas, plántulas y esquejes recogidos en el bosque nativo. También hemos tenido un éxito significativo con injerto.

As part of the project we employ people from the nearby villages to help us. De este modo, we also get the chance deliver our conservation education program to the communities, through events like community planting days and conservation camps for local children.


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