Saving Meru’s Giants Manager Newton Simiyu reports on a unique initiative to pay tribute to Kenya’s gentle giants and encourage young people to become conservationists.
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.
Born Free leads a delegation to meet with Labour Shadow Ministers for Europe and the Environment, calling for trade sanctions against the Faroe Islands to end whale and dolphin hunts.
Care about badgers? Join us to lobby your MP to end the badger cull.
Born Free initiative provides a lifeline for communities living alongside endangered gorillas and chimpanzees.
In a world increasingly at risk of ecological disaster due to the climate crisis, the importance of forests has never been clearer. On World Environment Day 2023, we highlight Born Free’s projects around the world that are helping preserve this critical ecosystem and the species that are integral to their functioning and survival.
Born Free has built ten ‘Beehive Fences’ to reduce crop-raiding and promote co-existence between people and elephants in Kenya. Have they had an impact? Our Conservation team reports.
Growing scientific evidence shows keeping wildlife in the wild is essential in our fight against the climate crisis. We need to save wild animals to save ourselves, explains Head of Conservation Dr Nikki Tagg.
Our Head of Policy Dr Mark Jones talks to Ralph Chami, Assistant Director at the International Monetary Fund, about his work as an economist and his passion for wildlife.
Born Free Kenya Country Director Tim Oloo provides a statement in response to reports of the retaliatory killing of 11 lions in Amboseli, Kenya.