Now AIS for Cikananga

October 2014 The Environmental Education (EE) program allows students to learn about Indonesia’s most endangered animals. They have the opportunity to join the growing work of animal care and take home the information to raise the awareness of Indonesian wildlife in their community. The program aims to increase if a gain of knowledge regarding animal […]

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Again evacuating leopard from conflict

August 2014 Last tuesday Cikananga Rescue Team leaded by Willemijn Eggen evacuating the adult male of Javan leopard (Panthera pardus melas) from the hilly area of South Sukabumi. This rescued because of the high conflict happened between animal and human. We are cooperated with villagers and BKSDA to save this endangered animals from any worst […]

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One again, the JHE evacuated

Last Saturday, we received the most endangered species of raptor (bird of prey), The Javan-hawk eagle (Nisaetus bartelsi) from the officer of Nature Resources Conservation Bureau of West Java (BKSDA) Sukabumi Region. This eagle was thought from the escaping animal of illegal pet not far from the location where the first finder found it and […]

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PLH Al Jabr 2014

May 2014, Sekolah berstandar internasional Al Jabr-Jakarta kembali mengunjungi Cikananga dalam rangka program PLH tahunan yang kali melakukan kegiatan baru berupa perbaikan fasilitas di area  karantina Cikananga Wildlife Center. Disamping menerima materi kelas tentang pengenalan satwa asli Indonesia beserta habitatnya, anak-anak tingkat sekolah dasar ini  menerima evaluasi berbentuk game konservasi yang memuat nilai-nilai upaya pelestarian […]

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Silvery Gibbon Conservation Project In Lengkong

Silvery Gibbon Conservation Project In Lengkong By Inge Tielen About 20years ago the area in Lengkong was mostly covered by tropical forest, however due to logging on large scale between 1999 and 2003 this vast area of forest is now fragmented into small forest patches. The animals that always lived in these regions are now […]

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Rescuing Pangolins

On the 3rd of April we received a very sick pangolin from the forestry department. This beautiful animal was held with 8 others by somebody who was trading these animals, probably mainly to make traditional medicines from them! When the forestry police arrived at the trader 3 of them just died, the other 6 pangolins […]

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JNY Int School visits Cikananga

March 2014 JNY int School students visited Cikananga Wildlife Center to have the Environmental Education Program Cikananga Wildlife Learning Center conducts the educational program and the study about Indonesian wildlife conservation. Many Elementary schools, High Schools and Universities and also government officer and NGOs visit the center regularly for basic conservation education, such as providing […]

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Report of Black-winged Starling Monitoring

January 2014, Report of Black-winged Starling Monitoring GENERAL SUMMARY The starlings depend very much to the food supply for their main food. Eventhough they wander around quite far (to 300-400 m around the food supply) they will come back if they need to eat. A lot of eagles was observed soaring near the area of […]

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