Back to Nature: ProFauna Supporters Explore Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park

Sunday, 17th January 2013, some of ProFauna Indonesia's activists and volunteers called ProFauna Supporters visited Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park during the Back to Nature (BTN) program, a regular visit to some natural places for ProFauna Supporters to enjoy the natures and share about wildlife conservation. The group took different tracks than those for tourists to have quieter and more natural atmospheres. Unfortunately, they witnessed some illegal logging activities in some areas of the park which should have been protected and conserved.

 ProFauna Supporters Explore Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park

Despite the shameful encounters, the participants enjoyed the beautiful landscapes and mountainous sceneries of Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park. Because it was cloudy, the group could not find any wildlife during their trekking. If the weather had been clearer, they would meet the wild Javan langurs and the long-tailed macaques. Nevertheless, the informal but serious discussion about nature and wildlife conservation in the park in such natural place have brought some ideas and plans for ProFauna Supporters to save wildlife in the future.

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