LET’S HELP JOJO NOT TO CRY AGAIN

Here he is, the noisy Jojo. Jojo always cried hysterically when he could not attend the forest school class. Last Saturday morning when the cage door opened, Jojo wanted to get out and go to the forest school. Pity, that day was not Jojo’s turn to join forest school.

Jojo cried hard, rolling in the cage. He was angry because he was not invited to forest school. Because the tears didn’t stop, Wety persuaded Jojo to be quiet. And when the animal keeper reopened the cage, Jojo stopped crying at once. Immediately he came out and grabbed the keeper’s body. Finally we brought Jojo to the forest school.

Arriving at the location of the forest school, Jojo soon climbed through the tree roots. Every now and then he looked at the keeper from above. He looked very happy to be able to play at the forest school area. “Unfortunately, the forest school schedule must still be implemented because of the limited number of animal keepers at Borneo COP,” said Wety Rupiana, coordinator of the only orangutan rehabilitation center established by Indonesian youths.

Let’s help Borneo COP to add to the animal keeper, by donating through https://www.kitabisa.com/orangindo4orangutan (EBO)

YUK, BANTU JOJO TIDAK MENANGIS LAGI
Ini dia, si berisik Jojo. Jojo selalu menangis histeris ketika tidak bisa ikut kelas sekolah hutan. Sabtu pagi kemarin ketika pintu kandang terbuka, Jojo ingin langsung keluar dan berangkat ke sekolah hutan. Kasian, hari itu bukan giliran Jojo masuk sekolah hutan.

Jojo menangis sejadi-jadinya, guling-guling di kandang. Dia marah karena tidak diajak ke sekolah hutan. Karena tangisnya tidak berhenti, Wety mengajak Jojo untuk diam. Dan ketika animal keeper membuka kembali kandang, Jojo langsung menghentikan tangisannya. Segera dia keluar dan meraih badan keeper. Akhirnya Jojo pun kami bawa ke sekolah hutan.

Sesampai di lokasi sekolah hutan, Jojo langsung naik melalui akar pohon. Sesekali melihat keeper dari atas. Dia terlihat sangat bahagia bisa bermain di lokasi sekolah hutan. “Sayang, jadwal sekolah hutan tetap harus diberlakukan karena terbatasan jumlah animal keeper di COP Borneo.”, ujar Wety Rupiana, kordinator satu-satunya pusat rehabilitasi orangutan yang didirikan putra-putri Indonesia.

Yuk bantu COP Borneo untuk menambah animal keepernya, dengan donasi melalui https://www.kitabisa.com/orangindo4orangutan

POPI TAKES A NAP

Are you missing Popi? Popi is an orangutan who joined the COP Borneo orangutan rehabilitation center since she was born. Can you imagine how small and weak she was at that time? And thanks to your support, COP Borneo employs a special baby sitter to take care of her. Thankfully, Popi was able to go through her days well. Even her weight is now 8 kg.

Little Popi is increasingly active in the forest school class. Popi is often seen playing alone at the root of trees. However, when Bonti and Happi were busy making a nest, Popi slowly approached them. When Popi was stunned to pay attention to Bonti and Happi who were busy making nests, then Wety was busy recording what Popi was doing. Wety, the baby sitter who is now the coordinator of the COP Borneo rehabilitation center just like a mother to Popi. A mother who is still worried when her foster children are out of reach, in the trees. What are you afraid of? “Fear of Popi might fall if she chose wrong root or branch to move,” said Wety Rupiana.

Well, after Bonti and Happi’s nest were done, Popi approached them closer. Popi takes a break in their nest. “Take a nap.” (EBO)

POPI NUMPANG TIDUR SIANG
Rindu dengan Popi? Popi adalah orangutan yang masuk pusat rehabilitasi orangutan COP Borneo saat tali pusarnya baru saja lepas. Bisa kamu bayangkan, betapa kecil dan lemahnya dia saat itu? Dan berkat dukungan kamu, COP Borneo mempekerjakan satu orang baby sitter khusus untuk merawatnya. Syukurlah, Popi bisa melalui hari-harinya dengan baik, bahkan berat badannya sekarang 8 kg.

Si kecil Popi semakin aktif di kelas sekolah hutan. Popi terlihat sering bermain sendiri di akar pohon. Tapi saat Bonti dan Happi sibuk membuat sarang, Popi pun perlahan mendekati mereka. Jika Popi terpaku memperhatikan Bonti dan Happi yang sibuk membuat sarang, maka Wety pun sibuk mencatat apa yang dilakukan Popi. Wety, baby sitter yang kini menjadi kordinator pusat rehabilitasi COP Borneo seperti ibu Popi yang masih kawatir saat anak asuhnya di luar jangkauan, di atas pohon. Takut apa ya? “Takut Popi jatuh karena salah memilih akar ataupun dahan untuk berpindah.”, ujar Wety Rupiana.

Nah, usai sarang yang dibuat Bonti dan Happi jadi. Popi pun semakin mendekati mereka. Popi ikut istirahat di sarang buatan mereka. “Numpang tidur siang.” (WET)

AMBON ENJOYED YOUR GIFT

The durian season has arrived. Durian fruit is one of the trees that grows in the Kalimantan rainforest. Donation from https://kitabisa.com/orangindo4orangutan to buy durian which apparently is the fruit that orangutans are waiting for at the COP Borneo orangutan rehabilitation centre. This time, the team managed to document Ambon eating durian.

With his teeth, Ambon bit the durian fruit, opened its outside part then immediately devoured the durian meat hidden inside. This time, there are three durian meat in one chamber, slowly he suck them until completely clean. “Ambon really enjoys eating durian,” said Wety Rupiana, COP Borneo coordinator.

Ambon is an adult orangutan who spends his life behind bars. Being born and raised at the zoo makes him difficult to live independently in the forest. Last year, Ambon was released on the orangutan island. In less than a day, Ambon could climb his first tree. “This had made the team happy, and dreamed that Ambon would be released back into its habitat. But a month after that, Ambon looked depressed. Finally Ambon returned to the quarantine cage”, explained Reza Kurniawan, COP APE Guardian coordinator.

This year, COP Borneo is planning to release Ambon on the orangutan island again. The team will re-evaluate the results. Hopefully this time Ambon will be better and enjoy life more on the island of orangutans. (EBO)

AMBON MENIKMATI DURIAN PEMBERIANMU
Musim durian sudah tiba. Buah durian adalah salah satu pohon yang tumbuh di hutan hujan Kalimantan. Donasi dari https://kitabisa.com/orangindo4orangutan untuk membeli durian yang ternyata buah yang di tunggu-tunggu orangutan di pusat rehabilitasi orangutan COP Borneo. Kali ini, tim berhasil mendokumentasikan Ambon makan durian.

Dengan giginya, Ambon menggigit buah durian, lalu membuka ruang durian dan langsung melahap durian yang tersembunyi di dalamnya. Kali ini, satu ruang ada tiga butir, perlahan dia mengulumnya hingga benar-benar bersih. “Ambon benar-benar menikmati makan durian.”, ujar Wety Rupiana, kordinator COP Borneo.

Ambon adalah orangutan dewasa yang menghabiskan hidupnya di balik jeruji besi. Lahir dan besar di kebun binatang membuatnya kesulitan untuk hidup secara mandiri di hutan. Tahun lalu, Ambon sempat dilepaskan di pulau orangutan. Tak sampai menunggu hitungan hari, Ambon bisa memanjat pohon pertamanya. “Ini sempat membuat tim bahagia, dan bermimpi, Ambon akan dilepasliarkan kembali ke habitatnya. Namun sebulan setelah itu, Ambon terlihat depresi. Akhirnya Ambon kembali lagi ke kandang karantina.”, jelas Reza Kurniawan, kordinator APE Guardian COP.

Tahun ini, COP Borneo berencana melepaskan Ambon di pulau orangutan lagi. Tim akan kembali mengevaluasi hasilnya. Semoga Ambon tahun ini lebih baik lagi dan lebih menikmati hidupnya di pulau orangutan.

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