Born Free's latest initiative targets the EU trophy hunting market.
On Elephant Appreciation Day, a new Born Free report reveals that Illegal online ivory sales persist and hippo ivory trade has increased despite Ivory Act implementation.
Born Free welcomes the decision by the Bristol Zoological Society to close the zoo site which had long become outdated and wholly inadequate to cater for many of its inhabitants.
We’re working with eBay and other platforms to help end the exploitation of wild animals.
On World Elephant Day, Born Free’s Newton Simiyu highlights one of our new conservation initiatives in Kenya, the Saving Meru’s Giants project.
Born Free salutes the brave and tireless men and women, working long hours in difficult conditions and putting their lives on the line to keep threatened wildlife safe from poachers.
We're thrilled that our new Youth Ambassador Nikita has been recognised with a major award in India. Eve Pawsey reports.
Born Free alongside 136 civil society organisations around the world call for a ban on trophy hunting to protect threatened wildlife.
Born Free is supporting the campaign to help a lonely captive elephant named Bunka and YOU can help too.
Born Free’s Co-Founder Virginia McKenna OBE considers the plight of Happy the elephant, held captive at Bronx Zoo, USA for over 40 years.