How To Help Bali’s Trafficked Animals

As morning breaks over the Bali Wildlife Rescue Centre in Tabanan, leaf monkeys chase each other in circles, a slow loris stretches lazily, and cockatoos chirp and chatter from their perches in trees. Today the animals can look forward to fresh food, entertainment and a safe place to sleep. However, life hasn’t always been this easy for the animals, as the majority of them were rescued from poachers, traffickers or markets, homes and businesses where they were confined and often mistreated. Residents at BWRC include Balu, a female sun bear who was sold on the black market when she was … Continue reading How To Help Bali’s Trafficked Animals