BOSF

(redirected from Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation)
AcronymDefinition
BOSFBorneo Orangutan Survival Foundation (Indonesia; est. 1991)
BOSFBears of San Francisco
BOSFBlack Ops Strike Force (gaming clan)
BOSFBalikpapan Orangutan Survival Foundation
BOSFBest Opposite-Sex Friend
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The Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation has taken in hundreds of the endangered apes after their natural habitat was destroyed to make way for palm oil plantations.
Little Lamar and Leonora are two of the eight orangutans being released back into the wild - the culmination of a life's work for conservationist Lone Droscher Nielsen and the Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation.
In 2009 Trilogy raised $20,000 for the Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation, the world's largest orangutan rescue sanctuary, through sales of limited-edition boxes of Certified Organic Rosehip Oil.
The Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation actively rescues and rehabilitates wild orangutans from oil plantations and releases them into wild, protected rainforest habitats.
Willie Smits, born in Holland but now an Indonesian citizen, founded the Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation in 1991 (see D.
Smits started a group called the Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation (BOS).
Willie Smits started the Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation after he found an ailing ape that was being sold illegally in a marketplace.
Michelle Desilets, the founder and executive director of the Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation UK, added the future of wild orangutans was "in the hands of every consumer".
All this week, Michaela Strachan and vet Steve Leonard are at the Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation run by former Danish air stewardess Lone Droscher-Nielsen.
They would have spent the rest of their lives in small cages,'' said Citrakasih Nente, a veterinarian of the Jakarta-based Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation, who has taken care of the long-haired apes since their departure from Bangkok.
In a press release, Willie Smits, senior conservationist of the Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation, said the fires, which have sent smoke haze to neighboring countries of Singapore and Malaysia, have caused dehydration, acute respiratory problems, starvation, and burn injuries among orangutans.
According to the Jakarta-based international nongovernmental organization Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation, over the last three years a total of 94 orangutans have been confiscated in Thailand, of which 41 have disappeared or died.