Hard at work, our intrepid Twiga Team removes deadly snares to protect rare giraffes but needs your help. Francis Kago, Project Officer for Saving Meru’s Giants, reports.
Water shortages are increasing, as the drought across the country has continued (although thankfully it has rained in recent days), in some areas reaching the third year with very limited rainfall. However, working with the local government and the community, Born Free is playing a part in addressing this issue for both the people and the wildlife of Meru.
Discover the importance of Born Free’s Creative Nature Programme, which nurtures children’s creativity whilst supporting studies in conservation and welfare issues.
Born Free’s Head of Education, Laura Gosset, reports on our fascinating, interactive new film, part of our extensive library of free, downloadable resources for schools.
On the 13th of December, Born Free’s education team held a free zoom webinar for secondary school students, asking the question: What is the world doing for biodiversity?
Born Free’s Global Friends programme is having a big impact, encouraging young people to learn about wild animals.
Born Free are delighted to share the news that Free Billy, narrated by Born Free’s very own matriarch, Virginia McKenna OBE, has received Best Human and Nature Documentary at the 2022 Wildlife Conservation Film Festival, in New York.
Encouraging each of us to celebrate World Kindness Day, Born Free’s Head of Education Laura Gosset considers how compassion is at the heart of our charity.
Born Free’s Youth Engagement Assistant, Eve Pawsey, tells us about the organisation’s new TikTok account and what it takes to create fun and engaging educational content.
You’ve heard of The Big Five and The Small Five. Now Charlie Baker introduces her top five ‘creepy’ creatures doing the ‘dirty’ jobs this Halloween.