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

One individual Slowloris (Nycticebus coucang) who was voluntarily handed over by residents to North Sumatra BKSDA in July 2018 then told ISCP to be rehabilitated  and the ISCP & team Plumploris gave his name Liz, before being released it was now in good condition, healthy and ready to be released home, namely its habitat in the wild.

In September the ISCP team has checked all the health or medical check-ups and currently ISCP is just waiting for the final completion of the release the Slow loris which is we put for awhile in pra release cage that just finish building by ISCP team and Aussie Angels with enrichment that resembles their habitat in nature by planting several types of feed plants in the pre-release cage.

If there is no obstacle the ISCP team plans to release Liz later in the middle or end of November 2018.

In particular, we say thank you for all the slow loris friends in Indonesiaand from overseas who continue to support and play a role in helping us to preserve the Sumatran slow loris by still being a donor in our fundraising at GlobalGiving fundraising with tittle fund raising "We,Kukang Sumatra(Slow Loris) need medical devices"

Besides helping donations, you can also take part in saving the slow loris by spreading this message. Invite the people closest to you not to be part of the slow loris trade chain by not buying and not make them as pets.

Best regards, Sincerely yours
Rudianto Sembiring (Project leader)

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Medan, 12 September 2018 - The Operational Team of the Sumatra Region KLHK Ministry of Environment and Forestry, arrested an online animal trafficker. The perpetrator with the initials HG (28) was arrested on Jl. Besar Namorambe, Serong Market, Delitua Village, Kec. Namorambe, Kab. Deli Serdang at 12:15 on September 12, 2018. Evidence that was secured at Mako SPORC Leopards Brigade Section I Region, namely 4 (four) slow lorises, 4 (four) Silver leaf mongkeys and 2 (two) long-tailed monkeys. This operation begins with ISCP information and other NGOs that there is someone who sells protected animals online. Based on this information the Team followed up by carrying out a hand arrest (OTT) operation. Based on the statement of the perpetrators, the animals were obtained in the Sibiru-Biru area of Deli Serdang by installing nets in fruiting trees. After being arrested, the perpetrator stores and trades these animals online. The actor acknowledged that the animal was also traded in front of his house. This action has already been done by selling animals of lorises and langurs to unknown people. Head of the Sumatra Region Ministry of Environment and Forestry Office, Edward Sembiring, confirmed that the Actor would be charged under Article 40 paragraph (2) jo Article 21 paragraph (2) letter a of Law 5 of 1990 concerning KSDAE Jo PP 7 of 1999 concerning Preservation of Plants and Animals with threat of a maximum sentence of 5 (five) years and a maximum fine of 100 million rupiah. Thank you ... and please support and help donate friends so that the completeness of the animal medical equipment at the ISCP center can be realized immediately ...

warm regards

ISCP Local team

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Finally, the Indonesian Species Conservation Program (ISCP) released three individuals from the rehabilitation center of ISCP with the Natural Resources Conservation Agency of North Sumatra (BKSDA-SU) on Thursday 12 July 2018. 3 Individual slow lorises are from rescue and also from voluntary handover by local community to BKSDA who was also accompanied by ISCP in the last few months and sent it for rehabilitation at the ISCP center, especially slow lorises if kept or traded on the black market is usually cruel and very tortured both feed , health and their treatment of animals in narrow cages.

As for 1 leopard cat (Felis bengalensis) along with the release of slow loris on the same day and date yesterday is also the result of confiscate of BKSDA from local community.

Prior to the release of the 3 lorises, ISCP requested medical check up by a part time veterinary and a medical check-up at animal rescue center TWA Sibolangit clinic where the ISCP is still inadequate facilities and infrastructure of animal clinic support. For the installation of collar / telemetry we do before release in Dairi forest assisted by partime / perdiem veterinarian from BKSDA-SU too.

We are still continuing to learn how to improve our shortcomings as conservation servants where we are aware of the many flaws and imperfections in working as conservation animal preservation servants and also still continue need the guidance of you and moral support in order to continue ISCP as part of the conservation servant in North Sumatra particularly and generally in Indonesia.

Finally We would like to thank all donors who have taken part directly or indirectly to us, hopefully fund raising in GlobalGiving that we are going to be realized will be distributed for the need of medical equipments of simple animal clinic support at ISCP center .

Warm regards ISCP Local Team

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On June 29, 2018, ISCP visited the community of of Dusun Kinangkong Village Kuta Gajah ,Kutambaru District, Langkat regency of North Sumatra or is currently better known as tourist village Simolap marike. This village is directly adjacent to the Leuser National Park .

We are still in the process of approaching the communities of the above villages for the future to conduct wildlife awareness programs and the reforestation of ecotourism-based forest areas for their villages as well as "School Tree Planting and Nursery managed by junior high schools that will later be developed by ISCP in the area".

On last night's occasion we first approached the local by wisdom culture of Karo tribe and had to slowly approach the community leaders there as well as the OKP (youth organization) where the issue of an NGO friend who had entered the village failed due to misunderstanding with OKP local.For that ISCP trying to make a cultural approach to local wisdom so that later the conservation program can run well and safely in the village above ..

We are very grateful for the hospitality and natural discussions with local youth friends and local community leaders hopefully in Dusun kinangkong kuta gajah village, Kutambaru sub-district, Langkat regency of North Sumatra as part of the Gunung Leuser National Park . Hopefully this program plan in the future can run well later. Thanks also to all friends ISCP, Sahabat Kukang and all the friend donors who have taken part in donating in ISCP campaign "Help Us ... We Kukang Sumatra Need Medical Devices!" At GLOBAL GIVING.

In this info update we did not forget to attach the accidental vidio we saw slow loris on the village road of leuser area a wild loris passing through the village road and spontaneously we recorded it with vidio camera Hand Phone (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pdNkgDJMcH8 ) ,as well as photo documentation of our visit in kinangkong village of kuta Gajah village, Kutambaru sub-district, Langkat regency of North Sumatra as part of the supporting village of Gunung Leuser National Park.

Sincerely yours
Rudianto Sembiring

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With respect from ISCP

We did not expect, that a female adult slow loris, that was sent by the Nature conservation agency, North Sumatra to ISCP for rehabilitation in October 2017, was pregnant. Last Saturday she gave birth to a young, that is in good and healthy condition at the ISCP rehabilitation centre.

Please support and assist us in rescuing slow lorises in Sumatra specially for manage the Slow Loris which confiscate in injured condition as we need help and donation urgent to fullfill the facilities and infrastructure of clinical medical equipment in ISCP.

 

Your Sincerly
Rudianto Sembiring

ISCP Executive Directors

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Location: Medan - Indonesia
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