Born Free Foundation - Keep Wildlife in the Wild

Wolves

Copyright Martin Harvey

In a major initiative Born Free protects the Ethiopian wolf, the world’s rarest canid; develops humane solutions when wolves come in conflict with people; campaigns to highlight and prevent trophy hunting of wolves; investigates and exposes the plight of captive wolves.

Born Free’s Wolf project:

  • Protects endangered wolves and funds conservation projects
  • Develops humane solutions when wolves come in conflict with people
  • Campaigns to highlight and prevent trophy hunting of wolves
  • Investigates and exposes the plight of captive wolves

Born Free achievements:

  • Helping rescued wolves at the Iberian Wolf Recovery Centre (1990)
  • Highlighting the dangers of wolf-dog hybrid pets (1990’s)
  • Protecting Carpathian Mountain wolves in Romania (1993)
  • Protest about wolf eradication programmes, Canada (1993); Norway (2001)
  • Helped develop the Ethiopian Wolf Conservation Programme with Oxford University (1995-to date)

Haile Gebreselassie

Legendary middle distance runner Haile Gebreselassie supports the Ethiopian Wolf Conservation Project and so can you by adopting the Sodata wolf pack with Born Free.

Haile Gebreselassie
Born Free Foundation
Broadlands Business Campus, Langhurstwood Road
, Horsham, RH12 4QP, UK - Charity Reg. No. 1070906


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