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Update from China

28th November 2014

China is home to some amazing animals including the giant panda, red panda, and clouded leopard. Our Head of Field Programmes has recently returned from the forests in the Sichuan Mountains and shares with us what he got up to...

Go Orange round up

14th November 2014

November is here, which means another successful Go Orange for Orangutans campaign is over (until next year). We would just like to say a big thank you to everyone who took part. 

Update from the Giant Armadillo Project (Part 2)

11th November 2014

Following on from last week’s blog, we have another update from Dr Arnaud Desbiez and the Giant Armadillo Project...

Update from the Giant Armadillo Project (Part 1)

5th November 2014

Part one of two updates from the Giant Armadillo Project in Brazil. Find out what the team have been up to over the past few months...

Zoo Rangers Go Orange

31st October 2014

In support of Go Orange for Orangutans our Zoo Rangers have spent October with the orangutans in the Realm of the Red Ape, find out why here.

Speaking to Bradley Driver…

29th October 2014

Four year old Bradley managed to take time out of his busy half term schedule to chat to us about his amazing fundraising activities for orangutans in the wild. 

Going Orange for Orangutans

23rd October 2014

As we draw closer to the end of October we wanted to just take a moment to say a big thank you to the amazing people who have/are supporting our Go Orange for Orangutans campaign.

Orangutan habitat

15th October 2014

Orangutans are umbrella species, large animals that require large areas of native forest to survive. By acting to protect orangutans you will also protect many other species that share the same forest.

Check your labels

13th October 2014

Not sure what palm oil is or how it’s affecting orangutans in the wild? Find out all you need to know here...

Let sleeping orangutans lie

9th October 2014

This year we're raising money to replant the rainforest home of endangered orangutans in Borneo. Orangutans need trees for food, shelter and rest...

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