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Volunteer Program of Sea Turtle Conservation in Belambangan Island, East Borneo

You can contribute to the conservation by joining our hands-on project as a volunteer. WE DO NOT RAISE SEA TURTLES. We believe that it is best to release sea turtle hatchlings (babies) immediately to the sea as they hatch,

Coal Mine Tears Apart Sumatera’s Forest of Hope

Hutan Harapan, and Indonesia's hope to protect Sumatra's last lowland forest, has been threatened by PT Marga Bara Jaya (PT MBJ)'s plan to open a road to transport coal which runs through Hutan Harapan.

Turtle Conservation on Belambangan Island, Berau Regency, East Kalimantan

Despite the small size, the island is the most densely populated by the green turtles (Chelonia mydas) or the most nesting habitats in the Berau Regency waters. It is estimated that in one year there are 2,500 - 3,000 visits by the female green turtles nest in the the island producing at least 1,500 nests, or equivalent to 150,000 turtle eggs..

Sea Turtle Conservation Done Right: Release Hatchlings to the Ocean Right Away!

Thirty conservation activists from all around Indonesia joined a training held by PROFAUNA Indonesia and Yayasan Penyu Indonesia (YPI/Indonesian Turtle Foundation) at Tamban Beach, Malang, East Java on 18 July 2019.

Wildlife Hunting in Kondang Iwak Beach of Malang Regency Remains High

Wildlife hunting in Kondang Iwak Beach, Donomulyo Subdistrict, Malang Regency, East Java remains high. During the patrol deployed by PROFAUNA Rangers on 7 July 2019, the team encounters three  wildlife hunters,

Volunteer Programme for the Lowland Forest Conservation in Malang, East Java

PROFAUNA Indonesia offers a volunteer programme for those who love natural adventures while carrying out forest and wildlife conservation activities

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