Earlier this month, we installed some camera traps at our forest restoration site in Besitang, north Sumatra. We've already received some fantastic images showing the wildlife that is using this area, and have created a short film showing what happened when a curious macaque came across one of the cameras:
It's wonderful to be able to share evidence with our supporters that our restoration work is great news for the wildlife of Sumatra - please share this far and wide with family, friends and colleagues!
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