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Ranger Berjaya Elahan helps protect Orang-utans

Reserve ranger: Berjaya Elahan
Country: Malaysian Borneo
Partner: HUTAN

Home to 80 per cent of Malaysia's Orang-utan population, ranger Berjaya is working in the Sabah state of north-east Borneo to protect this rainforest habitat from destruction by the oil palm industry.

He is passionate about safeguarding some of Borneo's most iconic species, from Orang-utans to Bornean Pygmy Elephant – the world's smallest elephant – and the distinctive Proboscis Monkey with the longest nose of all primates, which is endemic to Borneo and found no-where else on Earth.

Berjaya said: "Being a reserve ranger has changed my life; I am now able to share my passion for conservation, especially in protecting wildlife and nature."

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Read ranger Berjaya’s wildlife encounters and adventures from the field:

  • 21 January 2014
    Berjaya Elahan is an experienced wildlife warden working for Hutan, World Land Trust’s conservation partner in Malaysian Borneo. In his latest report, Berjaya describes the i...
  • 17 September 2013
    Keeper of the Wild, Berjaya Elahan works for Hutan, World Land Trust’s overseas project partner in Malaysia. Here he describes the Orang-utan bridge project, w...
  • 06 March 2012
    Discover more about the lives and work of our rangers who protect some of the most threatened habitats and wildlife on Earth It has been a year since World Land Trust (WLT) laun...
  • 30 September 2011
    Ranger rescues a rare species of owl being kept in captivity, before releasing it back into the lowland forests of a protected nature reserve A young Barred Eagle Owl, fou...
  • 05 July 2011
    Discover what inspires Berjaya Elahan’s passion to protect Borneo’s wildlife and environment as a reserve ranger, funded by the World Land Trust’s Keepers of the...

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