PLEASE HELP SAVE MARLIE'S HOME!
Hi, my name is Marlie and I was born in January this year. I’m a baby orangutan living in the wild at Batu Kapal in Sumatra. 3 other wild baby orangutans have been born here in the last 2 months.
I am a bit sad. I am really worried about my forest home.. every day when I wake up I hear chain saws and I see more trees being cut down …. please help me save my place for me and my family.
I would be grateful for your donation.
If you would like to help save Marlie’s home, please make a tax deductible donation by selecting what you would like to donate to below.
Please note 100% of every donation goes to the conservation project you nominate, there are no administration fees .. Our foundation is run by a group of awesome volunteers
Would you love to help save the Sumatran Rainforest?
Well you can! By helping us protect this fragile ecosystem that these animals depend on for their survival in Batu Kapal, North Sumatra.
By donating to our conservation programs to buy land, camera traps and plant nursery supplies, you will help protect and conserve this fragile ecosystem needed for the survival of the rare and endangered orangutan and the native fauna and flora living in this precious Batu Kapal Wildlife Biolink in North Sumatra, ensuring the long term survival of the critically endangered wildlife.
A little bit about us.
Batu Kapal Conservation Program is located in North Sumatra in a critical wildlife buffer zone adjacent to the Gunung Leuser National Park occurring on private landholdings. Many wild animals live here at Batu Kapal outside of the national park, as animals do not understand park boundaries.
Our objective is to protect and conserve the the rare and endangered orangutan and the native fauna and flora living in this wildlife corridor on private landholdings and the public land through the caves and cliffs from the Bat Cave near Bukit Lawang through Batu Kapal to Selang Pangeran.
This will be achieved through the acquisition of key parcels of land for conservation, buying camera traps for the wildlife monitoring program and plant nursery supplies to help restore and protect this precious wildlife corridor.
Your donation will help to protect the long term survival of animals that live in this precious Wildlife Biolink, by protecting the fragile ecosystem needed for their survival.