Saving wildlife in Bali

Introducing our ThisWorld Original film: “Saving Wildlife in Bali”! We will take you on a captivating journey through the lush landscapes and diverse culture of Bali, where dedicated individuals are working tirelessly to preserve the island’s rich biodiversity.

One of the remarkable individuals we had the privilege of meeting is I Gede Nyoman Bayu Winayudha, founder of FNPF (Friends of the National Parks Foundation). FNPF is at the forefront of wildlife preservation efforts in Bali. Did you know that FNPF has been instrumental in protecting endangered species and restoring critical habitats across the island? They also do reforesting and they are planting 600,000 – 2,000,000 trees in a year! 

During our time with FNPF, we witnessed the incredible release of a hawk in Nusa Penida, a momentous occasion that symbolizes the importance of bird protection in Bali. Through initiatives like these, FNPF is playing a crucial role in safeguarding Bali’s precious wildlife for future generations to enjoy.

But Bali’s wildlife faces numerous threats, from habitat loss to poaching. Organizations like FNPF are working tirelessly to address these challenges and ensure a brighter future for Bali’s diverse flora and fauna.

We want to extend our heartfelt gratitude to I Gede Nyoman Bayu Winayudha and the entire team at FNPF for their unwavering dedication to wildlife preservation. Your passion and commitment are truly inspiring, and we are honored to share your important work with the world.

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