More than 70 students from University Malaysia Sabah's Institute of Tropical Biology and Conservation visited the Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre and BSBCC to experience conservation works on the ground. The students were divided into several groups to learn the operations of both rehabilitation Centres. Yesterday each groups presented their experience working at both Centres for a day. It was a great learning opportunity for these future conservationists and hope to have more groups coming in future.
Dr. Wong sharing his experiences in wildlife conservation
Dr. Wong receiving token of appreciation from UMS
Students sharing their experience
The students were divided into several different groups to complete their tasks