Born Free's Will Travers and Virginia McKenna remember Bill Kenwright, long-term partner of Born Free Trustee, Jenny Seagrove
Plans by Northern Ireland’s Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs (DAERA) to introduce an English style badger cull in efforts to control bovine TB in cattle, have been thrown out by the High Court in a judgement released on 25th October.
Born Free congratulates our friends at Lilongwe Wildlife Centre – founded with our help in Malawi in 2007 – on winning a major award for their lifesaving wild animal rescue work.
Our Kenyan team was thrilled to present the impact of our conservation programmes at the first-ever Wildlife Scientific Conference, in Naivasha, Kenya
Born Free is encouraging supporters to help bring an end to the use of reindeer at festive events, alongside our partner organisations.
Born Free is heartbroken to have to say goodbye to Andrea, one of our beloved rescued lions, after many years of loving care at our centre in Ethiopia.
Issues clearly remain despite inspection report claiming all is well at the zoo.
Born Free is sad to report that Twiggy, who lived alone at Belgrade Zoo for 26 years, has died.
A week-long sporting event in Cameroon provides an exciting opportunity for our team to raise awareness to conservation.
Born Free is disappointed that today’s Declaration by the United Nations fails to protect animals and nature, or tackle key risk factors to prevent pandemics in the future.