PPSC menerima serahan kukang dari warga sukabumi

Februari 2013 Pusat Penyelamatan Satwa Cikananga (PPSC) kembali menerima serahan satwa secara sukarela dari seorang warga Surade, Sukabumi pada tanggal 7 Februari 2013. Satwa primata jenis Kukang (Nycticebus coucang) tersebut mengalami kondisi yang tidak alami, yaitu gigi yang sudah dipotong. Praktek kejam tersebut biasa ditemukan di beberapa perdagangan dan bahkan di pemeliharaan illegal yang dialami […]

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Empowerment Workshop of Muka Geni

January 2013 Projek Muka Geni (www.nocturama.org), bekerjasama dengan PPS Cikananga dalam kegiatan publikasi satwa nokturnal melalui seminar perlindungan dan konservasi satwa nokturnal (kukang dan musang). Seminar ini mengetengahkan tentang identifikasi satwa, informasi perdagangan oleh TRAFFIC, pengelolaan satwa di pekandangan PPS dan PRS, upaya penyadartahuan/edukasi dan data penelitian.  

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Welcome Home Cal

November 2012 Her name is Cal, the amazing female Javan leopard (Panthera pardus melas) is now residing the Cikananga Wildlife Center, the javan land. After we had been waiting for 1 year more, finally Cal was translocated to Cikananga Wildlife Center from Tasikoki Rescue Center in Sulawesi. Cal was rescued around 5 years ago and […]

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The best year of 2011 for The Cikananga Re-introduction program

December 2011 In the long of the year 2011, The Re-introduction program of Cikananga run progressively for building some new facilities of Black-winged starling and also the birth on october this year, the very first birth of Sumatera laughing trush after 2 years running. Particularly for starlings, we are so pleasure to have the situation […]

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A Curator of Birds, Andrew Owen, is visiting Cikananga

October 2011 Our sponsor from Chester zoo, a Curator of Birds, Andrew Owen, is visiting our center and also having a forest walk in Halimun-Salak and Gede-Pangrango National park of Java to perform birdwatching. There were fears that the birds may have disappeared forever but, despite working 7,000 miles away, Andrew has already helped to […]

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