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Elephants never forget: and neither do we

12 December 2014

Categories: Homepage News, Elephants Campaign News, Zoo Check Campaign News

Will Travers' latest blog examines the reported capture of infant elephants in Zimbabwe

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Babile Elephant Sanctuary, Ethiopia

11 December 2014

Categories: Homepage News, Elephants Campaign News

Born Free has been supporting the work of a small team of rangers and trying to stem the devastating tide of elephant poaching and human encroachment into this 6,900km2 protected area.

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Capture of elephant calves and other animals in Zimbabwe

9 December 2014

Categories: Homepage News, Elephants Campaign News, Zoo Check Campaign News

Born Free Foundation is alarmed by recent news reports of the round-up of wild animals in Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe, for sale to foreign zoos.

According to the reports, 34 elephant calves, seven lion cubs and ten sable...

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More wild caught animals headed to China?

2 December 2014

Categories: Homepage News, Elephants Campaign News

Our friends at the Zimbabwe Conservation Task Force have made us aware of a horrifying situation in Zimbabwe, where 34 baby elephants between the ages of 2 ½ and 5 years old have apparently been captured from the Hwange region,...

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Sad news from Copenhagen Zoo

27 November 2014

Categories: Homepage News, Elephants Campaign News, Zoo Check Campaign News

It is reported that a two year old elephant has been euthanised as a result of developing acute symptoms of Elephant Endotheliotropic Herpesvirus (EEHV).

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An antiquated practice

24 October 2014

Categories: Homepage News, Elephants Campaign News, Wildlife Trade News

Born Free president, Will Travers, talks about the ivory trade - and what can be done about it.

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Malawi pledges to destroy its ivory stockpile

13 October 2014

Categories: Homepage News, Elephants Campaign News, Lilongwe news, Wildlife Trade News

The Born Free Foundation welcomes the Malawi government’s pledge to destroy its ivory stockpiles as a public condemnation of the international ivory trade and slaughter of the continent’s dwindling elephant population.

In early...

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Global March for Elephants and Rhinos

6 October 2014

Categories: Homepage News, Elephants Campaign News, Wildlife Trade News

On Saturday the 4th October, World Animal Day, thousands of people in roughly 140 cities around the globe came together to march for elephants and rhinos (and in some cities lions as well), urging compassionate citizens...

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Saving the Elephants of Babile

11 September 2014

Categories: Homepage News, Elephants Campaign News

In Eastern Ethiopia, the Babile Elephant Sanctuary covers an area of almost 7,000km2.  It is one of the largest protected areas in the country and was established specifically to protect the resident elephant population...

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The Elephant in the Room

10 September 2014

Categories: Homepage News, Elephants Campaign News, Zoo Check Campaign News

A new film based on Born Free’s recent report, Innocent Prisoner, shines a spotlight on the betrayal of these forgotten animals who, according to the film’s narrator, Virginia McKenna, endure a living death.

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