SLOW LORIS & WILDLIFE NEW REHABILITATION CENTER

by ISCP (Indonesian Species Conservation Program)
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SLOW LORIS & WILDLIFE NEW REHABILITATION CENTER
SLOW LORIS & WILDLIFE NEW REHABILITATION CENTER
SLOW LORIS & WILDLIFE NEW REHABILITATION CENTER
SLOW LORIS & WILDLIFE NEW REHABILITATION CENTER
SLOW LORIS & WILDLIFE NEW REHABILITATION CENTER
SLOW LORIS & WILDLIFE NEW REHABILITATION CENTER
SLOW LORIS & WILDLIFE NEW REHABILITATION CENTER
SLOW LORIS & WILDLIFE NEW REHABILITATION CENTER
SLOW LORIS & WILDLIFE NEW REHABILITATION CENTER
SLOW LORIS & WILDLIFE NEW REHABILITATION CENTER
SLOW LORIS & WILDLIFE NEW REHABILITATION CENTER
SLOW LORIS & WILDLIFE NEW REHABILITATION CENTER
SLOW LORIS & WILDLIFE NEW REHABILITATION CENTER
SLOW LORIS & WILDLIFE NEW REHABILITATION CENTER
SLOW LORIS & WILDLIFE NEW REHABILITATION CENTER
Ilustration poachers or trader send to the cage
Ilustration poachers or trader send to the cage

This layered application of punishment is to increase the deterrent effect. Perpetrators of crimes against wildlife, especially the Sumatran slow loris and other protected wildlife, should be punished as severely as possible. The environment and forests, including wildlife, as the assets of the Indonesian nation must be protected.

Of the 1090 birds, 145 are protected species. Currently he is being secured from the suspect and entrusted to the BKSDA Bengkulu SKW III Lampung Animal Rescue Center. The arrest originated with information received by Section III of the Sumatra Region Gakkum Balai Gakkum KLHK from KSKP Bakauheni, namely the transportation of illegal wildlife. The Sumatra Region KLHK Gakkum Center coordinated with BKSDA Bengkulu SKW III Lampung and Lampung Police and assigned the Siamang Brigade SPORC to arrest the perpetrator who was being secured by KSKP Bakauheni. On March 2, 2021, the Team secured YF - the bird owner - and the US (24) as the car driver, at Bakauheni Ferry Terminal area, South Lampung Regency. YF is a resident of Sukoharjo III Barat Village RT / RW 001/007, Sukoharjo District, Pringsewu Regency and AS is a resident of Hamlet 7, Medium Mulyo Village, Medium Agung District, Central Lampung Regency. life is packed in 35 plastic baskets and 39 boxes of Daihatsu Xenia (BE 1067 UR) vehicles. BKSDA identified 145 out of 1,090 birds as protected by law. YF and AS were handed over to PPNS Gakkum at the Gakkum Post in Lampung Province for further processing. Data source from BnRnews is at the link: Smugglers of 1,090 Wild Birds in Threatened Criminal Layers (https://bnrnews.id/2021/03/03/penyelundup-1-090-ekor-burung-liar-di-ancam-pidana-berlapis/?fbclid=IwAR0gK2V6Je6bf6B_tIai5p8fsCEKypBnOtTeWUxpHYRWxYgY9nW1aGKCndM)

Hopefully this article can be useful for all of us ... and dear friends, help us continue to fight the wildlife trade in Indonesia, especially in Sumatra by continuing to donate to realize the development of a rehabilitation center for the Sumatran slow loris and other wildlife in Sumatra through donation links to fundraising. at our crowfunding in GLOBALGIVING.

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YPKSI / ISCP admin

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On the cooperation report from the veterinarian Orangutan Information Center (OIC) regarding the existence of a community in Senebuk village, Darul Aman sub-district, East Aceh district caring for one individual slow loris on February 21, 2021 and further coordinating with the regional section I of the East Aceh Bksda on Tuesday morning, February 23, 2021 The slow loris was secured and taken to the Aceh Regional I Section office.

After that, the slow loris was checked for health, where the slow loris was still in good health and on the same day in the afternoon the slow lorises was released together by Bksda section I Aceh, ISCP volunteers in their habitat in a safe forest area in East Aceh.

We said thank you to the Aceh BKSDA, ISCP volunteers, the Orangutan Information Center (OIC), all wildlife observers organization and all the kind people who care about Indonesia's wildlife.

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ISCP admin

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On February 14, 2021 morning and also on Valentine's Day, the Aceh representative ISCP team together with the Bksda Aceh rescued 2 individual Sumatran slow lorises, male and female, who have been poaching and keep them a week by a resident named Mr. Ali, 56 years old, a resident of Uning Bertih village, district of Bener Meriah, Central Aceh.
Regarding the Sumatran slow loris already endangered,Mr.Ali did not know that the animal was protected by law and because of report by ISCP volunteers to the BKSDA Aceh, he immediately handovered it to the Aceh BKSDA and after a brief medical check-up and the slow loris was still very wild, the BKSDA Aceh and ISCP team immediately in the afternoon released the two individual slow lorises in the forest area of central Aceh.
Let's give a little of your luck on this Valentine's Day to save the Sumatran slow loris and other wildlife by donate at our GlobalGiving crowdfunding platform.
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The slow lorises and the leopard cat returned to their homes and finally they were free !!!
WE ARE FINALLY HAPPY THE ENCLOSURES FOR SLOW LORISES REHABILITATION ARE EMPTY AGAIN AT THE ISCP CENTER..
After 3 months of rehabilitation at the ISCP slow loris rehabilitation center, the 3 individuals, with 2 individuals were confiscated by the North Sumatra BKSDA in October 2020 and 1 individual was confiscated in November 2020, finally the 3 slow lorises were released along with 1 leopard cat that was confiscated by BKSDA in early this month and all of them were released at the conservation forest area of Dairi Regency, North Sumatra on January 27,2021.
Hopefully they will continue to reproduce and continue to be sustainable in their habitat ..
Thank you to the BKSDA North Sumatra, ISCP, friends of other wildlife observers Ngo's and all the good people who care to save and conserve wildlife in Indonesia ..
 So please keep on continuing support us by donate your small xx$ or could be also participate as our ambasaddors to raise the target goal this crowdfunding and hope the new Rehabilitation for slow lorises and others wildlife could realization soon.
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According to our previous update, there was the handover of 3 individual Sumatran slow lorises in Aceh on November 5, 2020, where all the slow lorises submitted by residents to the ISCP representative in Aceh were male and then forwarded to the Aceh BKSDA. After coordination and make medical examination on November 5 , the conditions of slow lorises. healthy and still wild behaviour, so Bksda Aceh and ISCP team decided that slow lorises were released in conservation forest areas in Central Aceh together with the ISCP team and the Aceh BKSDA section 6.

Hopefully the slow lorises that are released into their habitat can again meet their friends in nature and reproduce as a part of the natural ecosystem chain.
Please continuing support and help us to save slow loris and another wildlife by make your small xx$ donation through our CF link : https://www.globalgiving.org/projects/slowlorisandwildlifenewrehabilitationcenter/

Thank you & warm regards
ISCP admin

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