Born Free releases its 2022-23 Education Annual Report, outlining our international education programmes over the past year, and the impact this work has had.
Earlier this month, we spoke with Anish Andheria, President of the Wildlife Conservation Trust, one of the partners of the Satpuda Landscape Tiger Partnership.
Last week, hundreds of community members and school children walked 20,000 steps in support of elephant and lion conservation 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.
To celebrate World Ranger Day 2023, we spoke with Born Free’s Twiga Team Supervisor, Shadrack Kimeu.
To celebrate International Tiger Day, we spoke to Kedar Gore, Director of The Corbett Foundation.
Aided by supporters, our conservation team is delivering innovative, holistic and sustainable programmes to protect elephants, lions, tigers and other threatened species around the world.
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.
After co-hosting a series of workshops with Born Free, creative artist Mark Lee Davies is holding a public performance in aid our charity.
New article by Born Free’s Head of Policy, Dr Mark Jones highlights the damage caused to individual animals, their social groups and the wider ecology.