Tambling Wildlife Nature Conservation or TWNC is a conservation area operated and managed by Artha Graha Peduli or AGP Foundation since 1996. In 2007 TWNC was officially part of AGP’s green program signing of Cooperation agreement between AGP and Ministry of Forestry. TWNC covers 48,153 hectares of forest which is part of 365,000 hectares of South Bukit Barisan National Park or SBBNP and around 14.089 hectares of marine reserve. TWNC is located on the southern tip of Sumatera Island, it’s a very remote area so ideal for wild life protection.
TWNC area is still well covered with forest. This area consist of low land tropical rain forests, coastal forests, mangrove forests, lake and freshwater marsh as well as low land secondary forests. There is also enclave or a portion of territory surrounded by TWNC area whose inhabitants are culturally or ethnically distinct which is called Pangekahan village at the eastern side of TWNC.