ASTI's Site

ASTI's site is in West Java in the hills close to Bogor. It is close to two National Parks, Gede-Pangrango and Halimun-Salak, and in an area of extreme natural beauty (see photos below).

Our actual site is also very beautiful, not just because of the animals themselves but also because of the trees and flowers planted between the enclosures by Dede (ASTI Maintenance and Assistant Keeper). The photos below show some of the results of Dede's work.

ASTI is constantly upgrading enclosures and building new ones to increase our capacity. The images below show some of our enclosures under construction, and the finished articles.


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Southern cassowaries together in their stream at ASTI

Cassowaries, solitary in the wild, are housed separately at ASTI. But cassowaries Hendry and Kada didn't mind time together recently while the keepers renovated their enclosures. Cassowaries love bathing, so these two can often be seen splashing about in the stream that runs through their enclosures.

Our orangutan and tigers need large rehabilitation enclosures!

We plan to start soon with the construction of new orangutan and tiger rehabilitation enclosures, and for this work we still need about USD 10,000; can you help us with this important task? Please check here for more information about the project, and here for information about how to donate. Thank you so much for your assistance!

New arrival at ASTI!

Beautiful hornbill just handed over to ASTI

A hornbill (named Clover) has just arrived at ASTI. Clover is seen here in the transport cage in which he arrived at ASTI. He is currently receiving routine entry health checks and will soon be relocated to a bigger cage. We hope he will do well; so far he is fine and eating lots.

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ASTI Animals for November 2015
Siamangs Jippy and Molly, an inseparable pair, spending time together on their hammock. Siamangs are monogamous and form lifelong pairs in the wild, so they need to be paired up in preparation for release.


ASTI Merchandise

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T-shirts available with Javan leopard, Sumateran tiger and eclectus parrot designs

New designs by Bonifacio Renanda, shown below modeled by ASTI staff:


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