With you by our side, Born Free is devoted to the care and conservation of these remarkable apes. Rescue & Care Officer Dr Andrea Donaldson reports.
Thanks to your donations and adoptions, our team in Ethiopia is hard at work caring for two young cheetah cubs – Ramadan and Fasika.
Born Free’s Selfish Selfies campaign is raising awareness of the use of captive wild animals as props for souvenir photos and encouraging people to pledge not to support this exploitative industry. It’s a global issue affecting thousands of animals, explains Born Free’s Captivity Campaigns Information Coordinator Sarah Jefferson.
Born Free will be at the European Parliament in Brussels with our Dolphinaria-Free Europe coalition colleagues, to discuss why captivity is not a suitable environment for cetaceans.
Our Head of Education Laura Gosset reports on a unique partnership, using creative arts to highlight the challenges faced by wild animals, especially those in captivity.
New Born Free-backed report highlights failings to protect and improve animal welfare in the UK.
This World Sea Turtle Day, Born Free remembers Genoveffa and Gavino, two triumphant turtles who endured years in captivity, but are now swimming free thanks to tourists raising a red flag and reporting their concerns.
On World Ocean Day, let’s speak up to save the blue planet, encourages our Editor, Celia Nicholls. To mitigate climate change, we need to protect orca, to help protect the entire planet!
The UK now has three zoos which are home to solitary elephants – despite being highly social animals, Anne, Mondula and Five are suffering in solitude. We need to phase out the keeping of elephants in UK zoos, now.
An escaped red panda from Newquay Zoo was found almost half-a-mile away near a greengrocers.