In early 2017, PROFAUNA Borneo's activists have been visiting a number of schools in Kutai Timur regency
This year, the Indonesian Primate Day is celebrated in 19 events in 13 cities across 8 provinces in Indonesia
Students of SDN Karangbesuki 1 (elementary school), Malang, east Java cheered and yelled excitedly when PROFAUNA's activists came to their class.
A recent video showing habitat of Bornean Orangutan being cleared for oil palm plantation published by PROFAUNA Indonesia in their Facebook fan page on 28 October 2016 sparked mixed comments from the netizen
PROFAUNA's activists went to Muara Gembong to observe the wild animals inhabiting Muara Bendera mangroves, in Bekasi, West Java
PROFAUNA's team intensify the education program for the farmers by visiting the farmlands and talk directly to farmers about the extent of their problem and feasible ways to manage the conflict
ProFauna Indonesia is an Indonesian society for the protection of
wild animals and their habitats