3 edition of Orangutan conservation education activity guide found in the catalog.
Orangutan conservation education activity guide
Written in English
|Statement||by Darcy O"Brian.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 190 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||190|
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Orangutan tours attract thousands of visitors each year. This stunning book offers a souvenir or a preview. Animal lovers, natural history students, fans of wildlife photography, and those interested in ecology and conservation will also find a place for Orangutans on their bookshelves or coffee tables.
Junaidi Payne, a conservation biologist Cited by: 4. Want to learn about orangutans, their rainforest habitat, and ways you can help save them.
Keep Us Wild A fact-filled, action-oriented, orangutan education guide created through a special partnership between Rainforest Action Network and Orangutan Foundation International in conjunction with the IMAX film Born to be Wild.
Free for general and public use. Download the [ ]. The mission of Orangutan Foundation International is to support the conservation, protection, and understanding of orangutans and their rainforest habitat while caring for ex-captive orphan orangutans as they make their way back to the forest.
Email: [email protected] so that we can post them on the web-site for everyone to share and enjoy. Helpful Resources: • TOP web-site: • Indonesian dictionary ChildrenChildrens books containing stories about orangutans’s books containing stories about orangutans. The Sumatran orangutan is currently listed by the IUCN as critically endangered and the Bornean species as endangered.
Unless effective conservation measures are enacted quickly, most orangutan populations without adequate protection face a dire future. Two main strategies are being pursued to conserve orangutans: (i) rehabilitation and reintroduction of ex-captive or displaced Cited by: Orangutan Conservation. The destruction and degradation of the tropical rain forest, particularly lowland forest, in Borneo and Sumatra is the main reason orangutans are threatened with extinction.
This has been caused primarily by human activity (intense illegal logging, conversion of forest to palm oil plantations and timber estates. Books Caldecott, J. O., & Miles, L. World Atlas of Great Apes and Their Conservation. London: University of California Press.
Dols. Choose from a variety of toolkits featuring information guides and activities about some of WWF’s priority species and conservation goals. These subject-integrated lessons are perfect for school, home, or any learning environment and will leave kids with an.
Orangutan Foundation was founded in and is saving the critically endangered orangutan by protecting their tropical forest habitat.
It rescues and releases orangutans back into the wild. It works with local communities promoting sustainable livelihoods and education. A future for orangutans, fo.
The Bornean orangutan is officially in potential danger of extinction, according to a report by the IUCN (International Union for Conservation of Nature).Unfortunately, this Orangutan conservation education activity guide book that efforts for their conservation during the last 50 years were unable to prevent it.
The most recent data released by a team of 38 international institutions suggests that, between andthe total number. The destruction and degradation of the tropical rain forest, particularly lowland forest, in Borneo and Sumatra is the main reason orangutans are threatened with extinction.
This has been caused primarily by human activity (intense illegal logging, conversion of forest to palm oil plantations and timber estates, mining, clearing forest for settlements, and road construction) and [ ].
The Orangutan Foundation International (OFI) supports the conservation, protection, and understanding of orangutans and their rain forest habitat while caring for ex-captive orangutan orphans as they make their way back to the forest. OFI educates the public, school children, and governments about orangutans, tropical rain forests, and the issues surrounding orangutan and forest conservation.
You will find some suggested activities and worksheets which may be freely adapted to suit the needs, interest and ability levels of your students. The Orangutan Project is a very special organisation – it's one of the most successful orangutan protection and education organisations in the world.
Conservation education about orangutans is one of the SSP’s most critical goals. Educational programs help build public awareness of the various issues facing captive and wild orangutan populations today.
The need for effective conservation education – especially with critically endangered species like the orangutan – is pressing. OFI produces educational programs for schools, delivers public lectures, organizes conferences and seminars and disseminates news about orangutans, their plight, and orangutan and forest conservation issues.
General contributors to OFI receive the newsletter, PONGO QUEST, which provides news and updates about activities involving orangutans and people helping orangutans. The Orangutan Conservancy (OC) is dedicated to the protection of orangutans in their natural habitat through wild research, capacity building, education and public awareness programs, and by supporting numerous on-the-ground efforts to save Southeast Asia’s only great ape.
Specifically we carry o. Introduction The Orangutan Species Survival Plan (SSP) serves 53 accredited zoos across the U.S., Canada, and Mexico to help guide the management of orangutan populations in human care in North America. Orangutans in human care worldwide are managed as two genetically separate breeding populations, based on the three species of orangutan that exist in the wild – the Sumatran, Bornean.
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Borneo Primate Tour working to provide orangutan tour guide and management focused in Borneo. We start with experiences as a guide and working as research assistant-then a staff of research station in the park. Borneo Primate Tour is our way to support conservation efforts of threatened Orangutan and its globally important habitat, the tropical forests in Borneo.
Our flagship Orangutan Behaviour Project has been ongoing since when Borneo Nature Foundation Co-Director Dr Helen Morrogh-Bernard first started to habituate wild orangutans in the Sabangau Forest and collect data on their behaviour and ecology.
During the past 13 years we have followed over different individuals and collected o focal follow hours, making this one of. The Orangutan Conservancy (OC) is dedicated to the protection of orangutans in their natural habitat through research, capacity building, education and public awareness programs, and by supporting numerous on-the-ground efforts to save Southeast Asia's only great ape.
Decolonizing Extinction: The Work of Care in Orangutan Rehabilitation - Ebook written by Juno Salazar Parreñas. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Decolonizing Extinction: The Work of Care in Orangutan Rehabilitation.
Tanjung Puting Borneo Tour Tanjung Puting Borneo tour, Orangutan, Pangkalan bun, Kumai, Central Kalimantan- Indonesia. Tanjung Puting is Camp Leakey, orangutan preservation. The camp was established in as a refuge for orangutans rescued from domestic capture.
Today the camp remains a center for research on these amazing animals. Learn more about orangutans in Camp Leakey's. The Orangutan Project has partnered with FZS and provided vital financial support to the Bukit Tigapuluh (BTP) Landscape Conservation Program since What began as a small orangutan release program, has now grown into a large-scale conservation program that includes conservation of Critically Endangered.
Additionally, through OURF, he administered the Mobile Education & Conservation Unit (MECU) with the Orangutan Caring Foundation of Indonesia (YPOI) to bring human-orangutan conflict reduction programs, wildlife monitoring and investigation, tree- planting and sustainable farming activities to villagers living near orangutan habitat ().
The mission of this organization is two-fold: saving the orangutans through conservation education, and also performing outreach initiatives and collaborative programs that will inspire people to act. It took a few years to obtain funding, but in we received a grant from the United States Fish and Wildlife Service’s Great Apes Program to start a program titled “The integration of environmental education and long-term research to increase conservation awareness in communities surrounding the Tuanan Orangutan Research Station, Mawas.
Classroom Activities Classroom Activities. Find a variety of free classroom activities that will keep your students engaged and excited to learn about animals. Teacher's Guides Teacher's Guides.
Download free teacher guides to keep students learning in a hands-on way: includes vocabulary, classroom activities, goals and objectives.
Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc. The orangutan is a type of ape that spends most of its time in the trees. Like other apes, it belongs to the larger group of mammals called primates.A native of tropical rainforest on the Southeast Asian islands of Borneo and Sumatra (in Indonesia), the orangutan is the only surviving Asian great range was much more extensive in the Pleistocene Epoch ( This Animals primary resource introduces children to the all about these amazing apes.
Where do orangutans live. How are they adapted to life in the treetops. What do orangutans eat. Join NG KiDS on a visit to an orangutan rehabilitation centre in Borneo in this primary resource sheet.
As well as fascinating facts and information about these incredible creatures, pupils will. Activities. On this gorilla project, you will engage in a wide variety of activities within the local communities, supporting areas of mountain gorilla conservation in and around the national parks.
You will also take part in two breath-taking treks to see the beautiful endangered mountain gorillas in. A helpful appendix contains action steps for readers, information about palm oil and conservation lesson plans for teachers. The Orangutan Rescue Gang is a wildlife saga based on facts concerning endangered orangutans, the illegal pet trade and palm oil issues.
All profits will be donated to international orangutan conservation groups. with orangutan care, conservation and education. Twenty‐seven zoos responded to the survey. Of the 27 zoos, ii currently exhibit orangutans.
This report focuses on the responses from those 23 zoos with orangutans. The most pertinent responses 1. General guide to development of community education and community engage- ment in conservation activities.) • Build and maintain corridors between fragmented patches of orangutan habitats.
Orangutan parts are sometimes used in traditional medicine. An orangutan skull may sell for upwards of $70 in nearby cities. Although $70 may not seem like a lot of us, this is an extraordinary. Furthermore, Orangutan Odysseys has partnered up with The Orangutan Project which supports conservation programs in Borneo - so travelling with us you are directly supporting their orangutan conservation efforts and environmental programs.
And finally by supporting ethical and eco-tourism you are helping support the locals and the environment. About Animals A to Z Education World's Animals A to Z printable activity pages are designed for weekly use with students in grade Students learn interesting facts about animals they know (and some animals they don't know) as they reinforce basic skills of.
Established inthe Orangutan Tropical Peatland Project (OuTrop) – now a programme of the Borneo Nature Foundation – is dedicated to helping protect, restore and regenerate the Sabangau Forest through research, training and conservation support.
The 6, km2 area of peat-swamp forest in. Through a series of environmental education activities such as mobile cinema events, puppet shows and village discussions, over 5, students and youth learned more about living with orangutans. Creating Eco-Friendly Livelihoods.
The Division of Wildlife’s mission is to conserve and improve fish and wildlife resources and their habitats for sustainable use and appreciation by all. The Orangutan Species Survival Plan (SSP) serves 55 accredited zoos across the U.S., Canada, and Mexico to help guide the management of the captive orangutan populations.
Captive orangutans worldwide are managed as two genetically separate breeding populations, based on the two species of orangutan that exist in the wild – the Sumatran and.Encompassing 64 acres within the resort, the Nature Reserve is a conservation effort between the Sabah State Wildlife Department and Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts.
The Reserve is aimed primarily at nature conservation and orangutan rehabilitation, with research, study, and education activities carried out as well. As other people have mentioned, there are many great projects focused on preserving the endangered Bornean orangutan and critically endangered Sumatran orangutan.
In Sumatra, the primary organization is the Sumatran Orangutan Conservation Programm.