Written by: Shavez. Woke up in the morning at 7:45 am, and was getting ready for a special event at 9:00 am. It was a ceremony for 50 years of the establishment of the Museum Department. Suddenly, at 7:50am I received a call from Mr Eugene. He asked if we could help rescue a pangolin […]
A young lady found a very weird-looking ‘cat’ in her drain recently. This animal was almost dead as it had ants all over it and was not responding well. Two weeks later it was released back into the jungle due to her hospitality. This lady’s name is Miss Izni Merni. So, when Izni found this […]
The second case was a rescued by Mr Sammy, a local student who also handed over a pangolin to the club after contacting us. Mr. Sammy stumbled upon the young Pangolin around his compound, most probably due to the forest fires we have been getting lately. This local gentleman is a young student from Laksamana […]
We’d heard about the work carried out by 1StopBrunei before we’d even reached Borneo, and on meeting them we were blown away by their passion for the environment, their incredibly welcoming nature and their absolute dedication to their cause. This is a group of people on a mission to make a difference, and to get the message out there that Brunei’s wildlife is worth protecting. We were particularly impressed by the positive, diplomatic and delicate way in which 1SB approach issues of poaching, habitat loss and littering, and absolutely agree with their philosophy that education and awareness is the key. It is reassuring to know that such a potentially fragile environment such as the Bruneian rainforest is in such safe hands.
May 30, 2015
A few months ago I was privileged enough to work with 1stopbrunei and experienced first-hand the enthusiasm and dedication this group of volunteers in conserving the flora and fauna of Brunei. They are a group of unique people who take an active approach to conservation by rescuing and releasing wildlife caught in the illegal trade; running regular clean ups along beaches and rivers; and communicating with conservationists globally to increase their understanding and knowledge. They are innovative in the methods they employ using drama, art, book clubs and documentary nights to make the issues facing wildlife accessible to a wide audience. They invest considerable time in developing strong relationships with schools and local communities, key in the preservation of Brunei’s natural landscape for generations to come.
May 25, 2015
I started joining the river cleanup with my kids and since then my interest towards nature and animal conservation grew..from personal passion to life commitment. I had brought my students for the river cleanups and invited 1StopBrunei for talks. I also join the river cruise embracing the beauty of Brunei mangrove. It was a wonderful experience! With a humbling beginning with few volunteers, now 1StopBrunei had reach our nation with very clear message on animal conservation: Discover. Protect. Love. Being a part of such movement is a wonderful feeling.
Cikgu Siti Zahrani bte Hj Md Salleh
Teacher of SM Rimba II
May 25, 2015
We are committed to protect the wildlife within the country through awareness and small scale interpretative trips .
1stopbrunei wildlife to set out framework for conservation by volunteering to help in wildlife management through sustainable tourism to preserve the environment from being lost in the midst of urban development and to benefit the local community.