C-A-P (Conservation Awareness Pride Program): Designed to teach children of various ages about their own cockatoos and parrots; why they are important and should be conserved; and build pride in them.
Economic Development for the local residents: Provide alternate means of sustainable income to villagers, who in turn will protect the cockatoos from trapping. These include:
Hire of forest wardens to find and follow up over time (from blinds or safe distances) the presence of active nests.
Support women’s cooperatives, which in turn will earn profit (and pride) through the local making of arts and crafts, and organic farming, and harvesting of mangrove
Hire local guides, porters and have our guests stay in the homes in the local community bringing revenue to the people and the village through our ecotourism program
Avian Resource: Serve as a general source of information concerning Indonesian cockatoos and their conservation, and related topics.