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Ethiopia Rescue News

Meet Marisa the gelada

15 August 2016

Categories: Homepage News, Primates Campaign News, Ensessakotteh News

Marisa arrived at Ensessakotteh on the 28th May 2016, after being confiscated in Addis Ababa. She was kept on her own after her arrival to allow her to settle into her new surroundings as well as ensure she did not spread any...

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Unlikely friends

1 August 2016

Categories: Homepage News, Ensessakotteh News, Rescue News

Ensessakotteh, Born Free Foundation Ethiopia’s Wildlife Rescue, Conservation and Education Centre, is currently home to over 150 individual animals from 20 different species; the most abundant of which are the tortoises. There...

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Welcome sight

18 July 2016

Categories: Homepage News, Big Cats Campaign News, Rescue News, Ensessakotteh News

Do you remember Dawud (better known as Nogobi), recently rescued from Jijiga police station in eastern Ethiopia? 

Since his rescue he has been settling into Ensessakotteh, his new enclosure and his new life very well. So...

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Happy Birthday to the Border Point Project!

2 March 2016

Categories: Homepage News, Ensessakotteh News, Wildlife Trade News

On 21 July 2014, sixteen leopard skins were seized at a check point between Sudan and Ethiopia.  Four days later, it was reported that two cheetah cubs had been confiscated from traders, at the same time there was a seizure...

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Meet Fantu the Buzzard

3 December 2015

Categories: Homepage News, Ensessakotteh News

While on a recent visit to the team at Born Free Foundation Ethiopia I was able to take part in one of their amazing, literally life-saving rescues.

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