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Dr. Biruté Mary Galdikas: 50 Years In The Field of Orangutan Research and Conservation
Today is International Orangutan Day! In honor of this day, we share a video episode of the podcast Eco Impacters featuring OFI's President Dr. Biruté Mary Galdikas and Blane Edwards of Orangutan Alliance Australia in a dynamic conversation. Dr. Biruté shares her experience and wisdom gleaned from fifty years of fieldwork in Borneo. Please enjoy and share [...]
Threats to the Park Escalate
In the 1970s the situation facing orangutans and the existence of rainforest seemed somewhat bleak. Little did I know! The situation in the 70s was actually the calm before the storm. Suddenly, sometime in the late 1980s, everything seemed to go haywire. The destruction of the forest around the National Park accelerated. Gold was discovered [...]
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