Forest Restoration at Tabin Wildlife Reserve

The project area is highlighted in orange above

Forest restoration at tabin wildlife preserve

The project area is highlighted in orange above

In 2011 we started our first big project to restore the forest at Tabin Wildlife Reserve. Our goal was enrichment planting and silvicultural treatment. As a result we planted around 1,500 trees.

The project area before planting activities started


Growing nicely: Robert Risch and a tree planted three years prior


We urgently need your help!

Please help us protect the Tabin Wildlife Reserve to stop habitat loss!


We urgently need funds to purchase and protect more land in the area and to turn it back into natural, species-rich rainforest.

All donations go to towards conservation action.

Animals we protect in the project area

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