The Borneo Rhythms of Rimba (ROR) Wildlife Festival is an annual gathering of wildlife and environmental
content focusing on the biodiversity here in Sabah Borneo, and creating a support network and audience
which spans many countries. Over 2 days, a whole host of wildlife experts, organisations and conservationists
based in Sabah and from abroad, will come and set up camp at the Rainforest Discovery Centre, at
the 4000 hectare Sepilok rainforest to create the most exciting and colourful wildlife, experiential education
festival ever.

Delivering interesting conservation presentations and creating interactive exhibits, the festival also intermingles
live music, art, design, sport and more inspiring stuff to draw the public to the core wildlife & environmental
issues.

The first ROR was held last 2014, with an audience of almost 1200, and over 100 conservationists, scientists,
artists and numerous creative people participating. The first festival was a predominantly local affair.

Objectives
1. Future Alam Borneo aims to make the Borneo Rhythms of Rimba (ROR) Wildlife Festival the definitive
wildlife conservation festival in South East Asian.
2. To create a platform for conservation to be promoted through different formats of experiential education.
3. To draw global attention to the biodiversity here on Borneo island; to celebrate it as well as recognise the
urgency of its protection,
4. To inspire future generations to take up conservation efforts in their daily lives or as life-long professions.

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