Stay Tuned for a Ranga Foundation

What is the Stay Tuned for a Ranga Foundation?

Growing up as a tall, pale, freckly red head certainly had it’s challenges for our Director, Dr Paul Hermann. Kids can be very ‘imaginative’ when coming up with nicknames to call their classmates and friends, especially those who stand out from the crowd.

Now as the Director of two successful Allied Health clinics he is a little older and embraces his inner ‘Ranga’ to help the ‘Rangas’ of Borneo who can’t help themselves.

Our “kids” are the Orangutang of Borneo. It is estimated that there are only around 50,000 Orangutans left today and we are sadly losing between 3,000 and 5,000 every year currently. The main cause of this decline is a loss of habitat with over 80% of their forest being lost in the last 20 years.

The ‘Stay Tuned for a Ranga Foundation’ raises vital funds which are donated to ‘Borneo Orangutan Survival (BOS)‘ for projects that help protect, rehabilitate and release Orangutans back into the wild. And you can help.

A portion of your consult fees at our clinics go to adopting the Stay Tuned Ranga Orangutans.  Together we can support the Orangutan Protection Foundation and help them save our friends.

Stay Tuned is proud to be one of the adopted parents of four baby Orangutans named Dodo, Miko, Valentino and Nita, with our fifth baby on it’s way. Click HERE to find out how you can adopt your own Orangutan.

One of the main challenges facing Orangutans is Palm Oil production. To download an APP to help prevent the support of unsustainable Palm Oil production go HERE.

Thanks for your support. Together we can help change the world.

Videos of our “kids”

The Latest Updates:

“Chased through the night. Exposed and helpless. But the story of this mother and child ended happily as the amazing efforts of BOS Foundation to ensure their safety paid off, with the promise of a safe life in the KJ7 Forest, under the protection of RHOI for at least the next 60 years…” click here to read more

“This week Astrid, Monic, Tantri and Tarzan will be released back to their long awaited home in the forest, the Betikap region in Central Kalimantan. The first of many.

After spending some years in the care of Nyaru Menteng Rehabilitation Centre it is now time for these beautiful orangutans to be returned to freedom in a protected forest.” Read more about Tarzan here

To see the very cute Dodo again click this YouTube link.

When you have finished admiring your baby boy Dodo you can head over to BOS’ online shop and check out their brand new range of T shirts, available in both kids and adults sizes.

Borneo Orangutan Survival (BOS)

It costs $9,450 to release on orangutan back into the wild and the goal for BOS Australia is to raise enough money to release more orangutans every year. If you can help please visit their website now at to make a donation.