Our Head of Conservation, Dr Nikki Tagg, reflects on the impact the changing climate will have on the lives of people across Kenya.
Our Head of Conservation, Dr Nikki Tagg, joined the recent Restore Nature Now rally in London, and encourages each of us to speak out for the wild.
A week-long sporting event in Cameroon provides an exciting opportunity for our team to raise awareness to conservation.
Michael Mugo Maina, our Pride of Meru Program Manager, reports on the recent treatment of Chebby, a lioness from the Bisanadi Pride.
Earlier this month, we spoke with Anish Andheria, President of the Wildlife Conservation Trust, one of the partners of the Satpuda Landscape Tiger Partnership.
Virginia McKenna DBE, Born Free’s Co-Founder and Trustee, pays tribute to George Adamson who lost his life on this day in 1989 and played a pivotal role in returning captive lions to the wild.
To celebrate International Orangutan Day, we spoke to Ashley Leiman OBE, Founder and Director of the Orangutan Foundation.
Last week, hundreds of community members and school children walked 20,000 steps in support of elephant and lion conservation in Meru National Park.
Thanks to the swift action of our Twiga Team, an injured young lioness – a member of our adopted Elsa’s Pride – has been successfully treated in Meru National Park.
With the Women’s World Cup taking place in Australasia, Born Free’s Head of Conservation Dr Nikki Tagg explains what football means to her, and to the wild animals we work to protect across the world.