Together with Natural Conservation Agency of North Sumatra (BBKSDA_SU),ISCP released 3 individual Sumatran slow lorises, 3 binturongs, 2 black eagles and 1 Crested serpent eagle in the TWA Dolok Tinggi Raja forest area in North Sumatra Simalungun Regency !!
3 binturong (Arctictis binturong) individuals who were previously secured by BKSDA and North Sumatra Police in Medan in August 2019 and also Crested serpent eagle (Spilornis cheela) and the black eagle (Ictinaetus malaiensis) as a result of the handovered of the residents and the confiscation of the BKSDA in November 2019 and likewise the Sumatran Slow Loris (Nycticebus coucang) which was handed over by residents to BKSDA in October and last November where 2 of the individual Slow Loris were sent to the ISCP slow loris rehabilitation center and the rest were at the Wildlife Conservation Center BKSDA TWA SIbolangit.
After several months of confiscated animals from Illegalwildlife and community handovered to the Nature Conservation Agency of North Sumatra(BKSDA) were rehabilitated both at Sibolangit TWA and ISCP Sumatran Loris Rehabilitation Center in coordination with BKSDA veterinarians and all wildlife eligible to be released back to nature, then on 15 December 2019 all the wildlife released into the wild at the TWA forest area Dolok Tinggi Raja, Simalungun Regency.
Release is going smoothly and hopefully all released wildlife can enjoy their freedom in nature again.
Let's together we fight to save wildlife by continuing support ISCP spirit and small hepl support small xx donation through our crowdfunding at GlobalGiving platform
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Several kinds of medicines equipments/medical devices for slow lorises and other wild animals already we reported to you a few months ago and following the last reports we inform to as some of this from our disbursement of funds through GlobalGiving use also for campaign operations, raising awareness, slow loris trade investigations and operating slow loris rescue and release funds in Sumatra.
We have not yet purchased several medical devices, waiting for fundraising to be reached, such as unrealized medical devices such as Refrigerators / Medicine Cabinets, Stainless Operating Tables, Microscope / AmScope 40X-1600X, Machines & Isoflurane TEC 3 Vaporizer, X-ray (cellphone ) and scanner: LTA160 VET High-frequency, stainless steel Infusion Pole and other equipment to support the Sumatran slow lungs rehabilitation clinic at the ISCP Center.
Donations from all of you not only help to save the Sumatran slow loris, but also help preserve slow lorises and other wildlife in Northern Sumatra in particular and in Indonesia in general.
Since 2016, the ISCP has been rehabilitating and released more than 59 Sumatran Slow Lorises and 1 Javan Slow Loris rescued in east Java cooperate with East Java BKSDA and 1 Sumatran Slow Loris rescue and released in pekan baru province which and also 1 baby was born 2018 in rehabilitation but survived one month only which died in cage and on August 5, 2019 also was born 1 baby with mother name Jodini and baby name Berjuang ,both mother and baby in good condition and then both released on middle of August 2019 .
To good donors, I hope you are always protected by God and always healthy ...
Through this update, we report that a number of times ago ISCP disbursed a portion of funds from GlobalGiving, where we purchased medical equipment and medicines for needs at the Kukang ISCP rehabilitation center a few weeks ago with an attached purchase table.
And some of it is still not yet bought, waiting for our fundraising target to be achieved later, such as medical devices that have not been realized, for example Stainless operating tables, Microscope / Amscope 40X-1600X, Machine & Isoflurane TEC 3 Vaporizer, X-ray (cellphone) and scanner: LTA160 VET High-frequency and other equipment to support the rehabilitation of Sumatran Slow Loris at the ISCP Center.
We also use some of the funds from this fund for the treatment of lorises at the BKSDA Clinic and the slow loris program that we have released in nature.
Your Donation not only helped save Sumatran Slow Loris, but also helped preserve other wildlife in North Sumatra in particular and in Indonesia in general.
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That's all and thank you
The local friends of ISCP reported 3 days ago through FB messenger that a villager of Betimus village in Sibolangit kept the Slow Loris for a month and with the help of friends ISCP approached awareness and informed him that slow loris is already protected wildlife by law and at last today a villager finally give it directly to the Wildlife authorithy (BKSDA) resort TWA Sibolangit and Furthermore the slow loris is entrusted to be rehabilitated for a while at the ISCP center before being released later. The Slow Loris was a female after checked by ISCP and BKSDA team. Warm regards ISCP admin
We said thank you very much for the update information from ISCP volunteer representative in Riau Province Mr Muhammad Arif , where rescued on 25/3/2019 one Sumatran Slow Loris with male sex that has been kept for one month by villager as a pet,and information from our volunteers is also helped by make awareness to the villager and then villager handovered it to him and to the Nature Conservation Agency of Riau province /BBKSDA Riau.
After basic Medication of the loris like teeth checking, sex and etc ,The Slow Loris still wild behavior so it was released tonight at 9:00 p.m. on tuesday 26/3/2019 at Balai Raja Wildlife Reserve forest in Riau province by BKSDA resort Duri and ISCP volunteer Riau Province .
In particular, we would like to thank you to the BKSDA Riau Province , to volunteer ISCP Muhammad arif, to WCI (Wildlife Conservation Indonesia) Riau, friends of ISCP, and all individual ISCP donors to keep on going support ISCP in fight to save wildlife in Sumatra,Indonesia.
In addition to helping donations, you can also help contribute to catering by spreading this message. Invite the people closest to you not to be part of the trade chain of Slow Lorises and another wildlife.
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