BORA IN ACTION
In order to capture Sumatran rhinos so that they can be transferred to a safe location, special methods have been devised to trap the rhinos in a way that minimises injury to the animal and risk to conservation
BORA's work often involves the need to access remote locations that are not easy to access by road. Erickson Air Crane has played an invaluable role in enabling BORA to send in supplies and men to remote sites in Danum Valley.
3 October 2013 At a meeting of the five Asian Rhino range states – Bhutan, India, Indonesia, Malaysia and Nepal – a common action plan was agreed today with the aim of increasing the populations of Asian Rhino species by at least 3% annually by 2020. This agreement, called the Bandar Lampung Declaration, was reached […] Read more
By Jaswinder Kler, Borneo Insider, August 21 2013 Masidi Manjun: “As I have said before, I want to do what is right, not what is popular. If we want to prevent that extinction, we have to do something very bold and drastic very quickly. Give me the best possible solution to this enigma”. KOTA […] Read more