[en] Boolean networks are an important formalism for modelling biological systems and have attracted much attention in recent years. An important direction in Boolean networks is to exhaustively find attractors, which represent steady states when a biological network evolves for a long term. In this paper, we propose a new approach to improve the efficiency of BDD-based attractor detection. Our approach includes a monolithic algorithm for small networks, an enumerative strategy to deal with large networks, and two heuristics on ordering BDD variables. We demonstrate the performance of our approach on a number of examples, and compare it with one existing technique in the literature.