Jun 15, 2021


Siranggas wildlife reserve forest, Monday 14 June 2021.

In the framework of the road to HKAN (National Nature Conservation Day) 2021 and efforts to conserve wildlife, on June 14, 2021 the North Sumatra Natural Resources Conservation Center, together with partners the Scorpion Indonesia Foundation and ISCP (Indonesian Species Conservation Program Foundation) carried out the release wildlife in Siranggas Wildlife Sanctuary/wildlife reserve forest, Pakpak Bharat Regency.

There are 5 (four) wild animals released into the wild, 4 (four) protected animals and 1 (one) unprotected animal. These animals are from 2 (two) Binturong (Arctictis binturong) which came from community submissions on August 24, 2019 and October 12, 2020, 1 (one) Leopard Cat (Felis bengalensis) which was handed over by the community on January 16, 2021, 1 (one) individual slow loris (Nycticebus coucang)with female sex as a result of community submission on May 26, 2021 which was entrusted to the ISCP foundation and 1 (one) reticulated python (Phyton reticulatus) resulting from the evacuation around the PPS Sibolangit area on June 6, 2021.

Before being returned to their natural habitat, the 4 (four) animals were treated and rehabilitated at PPS Sibolangit and 1 (one) individual slow loris was treated and rehabilitated at YPKSI/ISCP.

The release of wild animals is an effort to maintain the population of wild animals in nature or their natural habitat.
After the release, it is hoped that the animals will be able to survive and reproduce naturally.

Let's, good friends and all good donors, support and help us continue to donate to save slow lorises and other wildlife at our fundraiser at this GLOBAL GIVING platform crowdfunding

Greetings and Regards

Jun 7, 2021

Happy World Environment Day 2021!!!


Let's increase awareness of flora and fauna so that our earth is protected from damage. Amen

To all good friends and good donors who have donated and who will donate later: "Happy World Environment Day 2021(5 June 2021) for those of you who still care".

Because the environment acts as a place where all living things interact with one another.

Slow lorises play a major role in forest and plantation ecosystems. This shy animal plays a role in the distribution of plants in the forest. On the other hand, slow lorises are also biotic pollinators that help farmers by controlling the population of harmful insects.

Therefore, it is important for us to always maintain its sustainability so that it can still be enjoyed by future generations.

To support or assist us in working with the government and institutions that observe flora and fauna,please keep on help us to continue to set aside a little of your fortune by donate to our fundraising which is on this GlobalGiving link.

Thank you..
Wassalam & greetings from us
Admin ISCP

shoots of hope for our generation
shoots of hope for our generation
May 28, 2021

Slow loris was handed over by the Bukum resident!!

A resident of Bukum village, Sibolangit sub-district handed over 1 individual slow loris which he has kept for about a year to the ISCP center on Wednesday, May 26, 202..
The resident who handed over the slow loris realized after finding out from the internet that the slow loris had been listed as protected animals and with his own awareness handed it over directly to ISCP members at the Sumatran slow loris rehabilitation center in the village of the Rumah Pilpil , Sibolangit and then the ISCP forward the report or coordinate via Whatsapp to the North Sumatra BKSDA . And for now the slow loris is being rehabilitated at the ISCP center, where later the ISCP will coordinate again with the BKSDA veterinarian to carry out health checks, sex, animal behavior and so on.
Thank you to ISCP volunteers, all #GoodPeople who care about wildlife, our donors from #GlobalGiving and also other NGOs who work hand in hand to care for and preserve Indonesian wildlife.
Let's continue to help us by donating through ISCP fundraising at this GG link
Warm regards
ISCP admin
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