Breeding is essential for the survival of a species, also for the well-being of all birds.
Our release program seeks to replenish natural populations, improving their viability when numbers are low.
Captive-bred birds we have released include
Consulting, Monitoring, Auditing, sharing Gene Pool with:
- Friends of National Parks Foundation in Nusa Penida
- Begawan Foundation, in Ubud, Bali.
- APCB in West Bali National Park
All three areas now have small colonies.
Over two dozen Eclectus Parrots, which we set free in Seram island’s Manusela National Park.
We are a reception center for birds rescued from Criminal Trappers. The birds undergo a rehabilitation program before being released back into the wild.
We have released Sea Eagles, Brahminy Kites, Buffy Fish Owls and Black Kites.