Become a Foster Parent to “Lola”
Losing her mother as an infant, Lola had a difficult start in the world. However, her emotional strength has not stopped growing since she came into OFI’s care. When she goes out on daily forest release, she tends to keep to herself high in the trees. She will spend hours here, foraging or just sitting and peacefully surveying her surroundings. Sometimes the only way to spot Lola is by the twigs and bits of fruit that fall from the canopy. While she displays many of the typical characteristics of a solitary adult orangutan, Lola is still playful and carefree. She enjoys the forest so much that she is always reluctant to return to her sleeping enclosure. Sometimes she will stay in the forest for hours after all the other orangutan orphans have returned.