A week at an orangutan rehabilitation centre in a rescue mission in Borneo.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Orangutan Diary - Fergus Beeley - Netflix
Fergus Michael Edmund Beeley (born 1962) is an English wildlife conservationist and filmmaker. He is best known for his work producing films for BBC Natural World, including “White Falcon, White Wolf”; “The Eagle Has Landed”; “Return of the Eagle Owl”; “Spectacled Bears: Shadows of the Forest” and Planet Earth – The Future. He joined the BBC Natural History Unit in 1990 and spent over 12 years producing award-winning series, including Planet Earth – The Future and The Life of Birds in collaboration with David Attenborough.
Orangutan Diary - Author - Netflix
In 2006 Fergus co-authored Planet Earth: The Future – What the Experts Say in conjunction with Rosalind Kidman Cox and Jonathan Porritt (ISBN 978-0-563-53905-6). It was published by BBC Books on 5 October 2006. In 2010 he co-authored a paper in The Wilson Journal of Ornithology entitled “Hatching Synchrony, Green Branch Collecting, and Prey Use by Nesting Harpy Eagles (Harpia harpyja)” regarding the observation of an occupied harpy eagle nest over three separate periods in eastern Venezuela.
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