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Daniel and William were interviewed on The Daily Edition Home Page today on their quest to save the orangutan. If you would like to help Daniel and William on their quest to save the orangutan please click on the Adopt … Continue reading
William and Daniel had the opportunity to visit Heron Island, a wildlife sanctuary 90 kilometres (56 miles) off the coast of Queensland Australia. It is one of the southern most islands of the Great Barrier Reef and, at 11 kilometres long … Continue reading
The students at Ironbark Ridge Public School swung in with support for the orangutans by inviting Daniel and William Clarke to speak about their quest and the changes that have been made in Borneo in the past two years.
Tune in to Daniel and William’s interview on the international radio show, Mrs. Green’s World based in Tucson, Arizona, USA. Mrs Greens World is focussed at creating a community of people who care about our planet. You will hear cutting … Continue reading
Daniel and William received a lovely ‘Thank You ‘ letter from the students for their presentation at Northern Beaches Christian School (NBCS). Read more here…
Daniel and William were invited to speak at North Narrabeen Primary School on their “Green Day”. The theme for the day was, “Habitat” with around 100 students from years 5 & 6 (and their teachers) were enthralled with the boys … Continue reading
World Orangutan Day is the 19th August, 2015 and we would like to encourage everyone around the world to do just two things; Raise awareness that our closest cousin (the Orangutan) is critically endangered and that we (humans) are destroying … Continue reading
Northern Beaches Christian School (NBCS), stage 3 teachers invited Daniel and William to speak to their students in years 5 and 6 about their quest and how they are making a difference for the future.
Daniel and William were thrilled to be asked by the English Faculty at Narrabeen Sports High School to talk with their Year 8 students about making a difference and their quest to save the orangutan. Prepared with new material from … Continue reading