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Thank You to the 2016 OFI Construction Teams!
In July and August 2016, OFI volunteers spent three weeks walking over 100 kilometers apiece through forest trails riddled with roots, rivers, swamps, and huge fallen trees, collectively carrying 350 wooden planks and a whole camp’s worth of supplies and equipment (including a generator) and food (including giant sacks of rice), sometimes in the rain. [...]
Finding Resilience in the Face of Crisis
We had been driving for hours through palm oil plantations, desperately seeking out patches of protected rainforest we had been told existed but somehow could not find. At top speeds we flew blindly through the dust of cars in front of us, weaving across the broad dirt roads to avoid potholes or overtake giant tank-like [...]
Dr. Biruté Mary Galdikas
History of OFI
Problems with Palm Oil
Frequently Asked Questions
Accountability & Transparency
OFI’s Board and Staff
Partners and Friends
eNewsletter “Eyes on the Forest”
Join the Rainforest Action Network
Palm Oil Free Products — Scavenger Hunt!
Save the Orangutans 5K Run/Walk 2016
Long Term Volunteering
Construction Program FAQ
Past Volunteer Profiles
Orangutan Legacy Forest
Orangutan Eco Tours
Journey into the Borneo Rainforest with Dr. Biruté Mary Galdikas and wild orangutans
Watch IMAX’s Born to be Wild 3D
Watch IMAX’s Born to be wild 3D and be transported into the Rainforest with the orangutans.
Rescue, Rehabilitation and Release
Wildlife Rescue: Orangutans
Orangutan Care Center & Quarantine
Current Release Sites
Former Release Sites
Palm Oil Training Programs
Proboscis Monkey Sanctuary
Restoration and Sustainability
The Troubled History of Forest Protection
Tanjung Puting Forest Patrols
Purchase and Protection
OFI has a Geographic Information System Mapping program
Rusti the Orangutan
OFI’s Rescued orangutan on permanent loan to the Honolulu Zoo
Why do male orangutans have huge throat sacks? Find out here!
What’s an orangutan’s favorite fruit? Find out here.
How big do orangutans get? Learn more here.
Why are orangutans in danger of becoming extinct?
Quick Orangutan Facts
Orangutans’ feet have opposable toes! and many more tid-bits
See photos and videos of orangutans and other wild animals.
Read about the world famous Tanjung Puting National Park.
Learn all about Tropical Rainforests of Indonesian Borneo
The Effects of Palm Oil
Palm oil fuels large-scale deforestation and pushes orangutans closer to extinction.
The Effects of Illegal Logging
Illegal logging negatively impacts the economic and ecological systems of rainforests.
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Dr. Biruté Mary Galdikas and Bill Clinton
OFI LA Office
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President Clinton and Dr. Biruté Mary Galdikas engrossed in conversation.
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