Experiences in Borneo and Sumatra- saving orangutans

Alison Bristo

South East
Notice Period:
Regular (more than one month's notice)
Paid: £60.00 plus expenses for more than 10 miles from Gravesend, Kent
28th November 2018
Orangutans | Wildlife | Wildlife Conservation

For those that have knowledge of orangutans and are interested in their decline due to rainforest destruction, my talk will give in-depth knowledge and examples of the problems in Borneo and Sumatra. I will also discuss how this affects communities, other species and the world. There is a lot of good news to share too!

I show a power-point presentation and a film of orangutans being rescued.

This talk is also a good follow up of previous orangutan talks as it shows up to date developments and news.

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About Alison Bristo

I have had a passion about orangutans for many years and when I became seriously ill, it was the desire to visit them in Borneo, that gave me the strength and determination to get well. After 3 years of battling with my illness, I fulfilled my dream and went to work with orangutans in Borneo.

Since then I have returned to Borneo and also Sumatra. I have continued to fundraise for orangutan charities. As the Kent volunteer ambassador for the Sumatran Orangutan Society I aim to support this charity through my talks. To enable this I share my stories, knowledge and experiences. .

Living in Kent, I ammainly available for talks in this region, however I can go further afield if required.

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