Plantings in Malaysia will help restore degraded forest within Supu
Reserve, habitat for endangered species such as the orangutan, storms stork, Borneon bristlehead, and rare endemic species like the proboscis monkey and Borneon gibbon.
On Borneo, where one of the largest remaining areas of forestland and orangutan habitat in Southeast Asia exists, a two-year reforestation project in the Supu
Forest Reserve will focus on reforesting the Lower Kinabatangan River of Sabah, Malaysia, restoring the reserve's forest and wildlife resources.
* In Malaysia, restore degraded forest within Supu
Forest Reserve along the Kinabatangan River, one of the single largest remaining natural forest habitats for the endangered orangutan, storms stork, Borneon bristlehead, and other rare endemic species such as the proboscis monkey and Borneon gibbon.