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Against the Illegal Wildlife Hunting and Catching Program

Apart from the habitat loss or destruction, hunting or catching of the illegal wildlife in the nature will also trigger the extinction of wildlife in the wild. Catching wild animals using nets, decoy

The Chopped Down Forest Trees in Southern Malang Have Regrown

During the visit in September 2020, the team was very happy because it turned out that the forest trees that had been cut down were starting to regrow.

Two Wildlife Hunters on the Slopes of Mount Arjuno Caught

Two wildlife hunters in the protected forest on the slopes of Mount Arjuno were caught by joint officers of PROFAUNA Indonesia, East Java Center for Natural Resources Conservation (BKSDA), Jabalnusra Law Enforcement,

Local People Take on Forest Rehabilitation Initiative in Mt. Butak, East Java

A group of farmers from Perinci village, Gading Kulon, Dau, Malang regency started their own forest rehabilitation program in collaboration with PROFAUNA Indonesia, Perhutani (State-owned forestry company), and Forest Village Community Organization

Clearing Wildlife Traps from Protected Forest

PROFAUNA's Ranger team went on a round of patrols to clear wildlife traps from protected forests around East Java during August 2020, started from Malang regency.

Slaughtered by Hunters, a Javanese Langur’s Head and Hands Hanging on a Tree

A Javan langur (Trachypithecus auratus) was found dead on the edge of the hiking trail to Cemorokandang Hill, Princi Sub-village, Gadingkulon Village, Dau District, Malang Regency, East Java in Indonesia.

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