In 2019 Humane Society International was thrilled to welcome Jerumbun to the Wildlife Land Trust. Located in Kalimantan in Indonesian Borneo, this 100-hectare site is managed by Drh I.G.N. Bayu Wirayudha and the Friends of the National Parks Foundation (FNPF). A rainforest habitat situated on the Sekonyer River, Jerumbun provides an important buffer zone between Tanjung Puting National Park and neighbouring palm oil plantations. The site also serves as a volunteer centre with activities such as wildlife monitoring, weeding and tree planting carried out onsite.

As well as a rainforest regeneration site, Jerumbun is additionally a significant habitat for a wide range of wildlife and release site for native hornbills. The property provides habitat for a wide array of native wildlife including Borneo orangutans (Pongo pygmaeus), sun bears (Helarctos malayanus), proboscis monkeys (Nasalis larvatus), long-tailed macaques (Macaca fascicularis), wild cats, king cobras (Ophiophagus hannah) and pythons. 

An abundance of rainforest-dwelling birds are also present including rufous-bellied eagles (Lophotriorchis kienerii), eastern spotted doves (Spilopelia chinensis),Malay blue-banded (Alcedo peninsulae) and stork-billed (Pelargopsis capensis) kingfishers, crested serpent-eagles (Spilornis cheela), Javan myna (Acridotheres javanicus), Storm’s stork (Ciconia stormi), blue-throated bee-eater (Merops viridis) and banded woodpecker (Chrysophlegma miniaceum).

Jerumbun also provides a safe release site for rehabilitated black (Anthracoceros malayanus), oriental pied (Anthracoceros albirostris) and rhinoceros (Buceros rhinoceros) hornbills.