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Even a modest sum is needed to help our efforts. You will be befriending the species in its struggle to survive.
Once we have hatched and raised a bird, we will either keep in our diverse menagerie, exchange it with another zoos or release it into the wild.
Our release program seek to replenish natural populations, improving their viability when numbers are low.
Over two dozen Eclectus Parrots, which we set free in Seram island’s Manusela National Park.
For the Bali Starling, which used to be extinct in the wild, we have been particularly successful.
Bali Starlings have been released by the
All three areas now have small, wild colonies.
In addition to birds we breed ourselves, we also release birds given to us by Indonesia’s Nature Conservation Agency, the BKSDA.
These animals are rescued from criminal trappers. They are injured when we receive them and must be nursed back to health before they can be set free.
We have set Sea Eagles, Brahminy Kites, Buffy Fish Owls and Black Kites free.