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.
Our Saving Meru’s Giants Manager Newton Simiyu explains why identifying individual elephants and giraffes is a key part of our mission to secure their future.
Aided by supporters, Born Free has been trialling several conflict mitigation strategies to protect lions and people in Meru. Our Conservation team reports.
Virginia McKenna has today been awarded her Damehood at Windsor Castle. The honour, conferred by The Prince of Wales, is in recognition of her work for Wild Animal Welfare and Compassionate Conservation.
Born Free reports on the progress of our newest conservation programme: Guardians of Dja – working with local people to protect gorillas and chimpanzees in the rainforests of Cameroon.
World-renowned for her brilliance on flutes and whistles, Eliza Marshall is a cherished part of the Born Free family.
Born Free is delighted to announce the winner of this year’s Primate Society of Great Britain grant, together with great progress from last year’s victor.
“The key to lion survival is human behaviour, not biology,” explains lion expert Dr Hans Bauer, supported by Born Free for ten years.