Born Free Foundation - Keep Wildlife in the Wild

Born Free Kenya

Kenya is a key, strategic country for wild animal conservation and is also of historical significance to the Born Free Foundation.  This is why Born Free Kenya was established, in order to implement a number of important conservation activities within the country.

Local community support is vital to successful conservation projects in Kenya. Raising awareness and capacity-building among communities are important tools in Born Free Kenya’s efforts to keep wildlife in the wild.  Local communities and the wider public are incorporated into all the work Born Free Kenya undertakes, from protecting wild animals through anti-poaching and education outreach, human-lion conflict mitigation projects, to carrying out Nairobi’s first outdoor art exhibition, Pride of Kenya, which helped to raise awareness of wildlife issues across society.

Born Free Kenya protects wild animals while working with communities and local partners to change attitudes and policies, to ensure a safe and thriving future for Kenya’s magnificent wildlife.

Kenya News

Reaching out to Communities around Meru

Born Free Kenya together with Kenya Wildlife Service is currently conducting an essay competition...

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Biking to Protect Mt. Kenya Ecosystem

Nestled in one of the plains of a private ranch located in Laikipia on the northern side of Mt...

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Glimmer of Hope for Grevy’s Zebra in Meru?

Towards the end of last year, we recorded the birth of a Grevy’s zebra in Meru Park. This was great...

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Managing Conflict between Man & Wildlife

By Shadrack Kimeu, Victor Cheruiyot, Moses Nyagah and Moses Gitonga – Meru Field Team

Conflict...

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Latest on Meru Lions

This year began on a high note for our lion monitoring activity in Meru Park. After two days of...

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, Horsham, RH12 4QP, UK - Charity Reg. No. 1070906


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