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Living Planet magazine, orangutan factbook, bag, adoption certificate & sticker

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Adopt an orangutan and help make a real difference to their chance of survival

Koyah is a young endangered male orangutan, who lives in the Segama Forest Reserve in eastern Sabah, Borneo.

Koyah represents all the orangutans we help. All our orangutan adopters 'adopt' Koyah so that we can share his ongoing story with you. We hope that by following Koyah's progress, you can experience the challenges and successes involved in conserving this most unique of great apes. 

Your sponsorship of Koyah will help WWF protect orangutans in the wild through our campaign to stop habitat loss, hunting and illegal trade. Help us help them before it’s too late.

  • could help fund the protection and restoration of vital orangutan habitats
  • could help fund patrols to monitor the orangutan population
  • could help enforce restrictions on the trade in live animals and orangutan products
  • could help support our work to promote sustainable oil palm plantations
  • click here to enter an amount to the right-hand form.


It's the perfect gift - with a cuddly toy orangutan and special adoption gift pack including adoption certificate and stunning orangutan portrait. Plus, a handy WWF tote bag!

You can choose for this gift pack to be sent directly to the recipient or you can receive it to give to them yourself.


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All donations of $2 or more to WWF-Australia are tax deductible. For your convenience we will send you one receipt at the end of the financial year, for the total amount of your tax deductible donations. If your adoption includes a plush toy, the $15 cost for the toy is not tax deductible.

Photo credits: naturepl.com / Anup Shah / WWF-Canon and Alain Compost / WWF-Canon


Testimonials

Why do I support WWF? Because they make a difference. Individually we have limited reach and power, but as a group we have much more - with WWF we can change things in the world because we are pulling together. Thank goodness for movements like WWF.

Michele Hannam Short

WWF Supporter since 1997