Following Born Free’s successful education events with creative artists Haus of Conservation this summer, we’re busy planning next year’s workshops and your school can get involved!
Every year, trophy hunters slaughter tens of thousands of wild animals, bizarrely claiming that killing rare species is an effective way to protect them. Our Head of Policy, veterinarian Dr Mark Jones, reports.
From our very first field project to cutting edge innovation today, Born Free is devoted to impactful elephant conservation, reports Conservation Manager Penny Banham.
Today, we celebrate our remarkable Co-Founder & Executive President Will Travers OBE’s birthday. But this year, as Will explains, he ‘just’ wants elephants (and all wild animals) to be safe.
Born Free urges everyone to consider the wellbeing of animals this firework and bonfire season.
As Born Free calls for tighter restrictions on international wildlife trade when regulatory body, CITES, meets in Geneva, we look at why CITES is important and how Born Free is involved.
Born Free’s Rescue & Care Coordinator, Tarnya Knight, explains why bonfires can be harmful to hedgehogs, and how anyone planning a bonfire can reduce the risk of hurting one of the UK’s most iconic species.
Born Free’s Education Officer Charlie Smith explains how you can access our fun, free kids’ magazine, both in school and out!
Have we misjudged the hyena? Our Conservation Officer, Joe Hedges, considers the relationship people have with hyenas.
What better way to celebrate World Animal Day, than to wish our rescued tiger many happy returns? Our Rescue & Care Officer Dr Andrea Donaldson reports.