Born Free’s Rescue & Care team responds to independent specialist wildlife vet’s assessment of female white tiger cub found in Greece.
Born Free’s dynamic colleagues at Zambia Primate Project have rescued several monkeys including two babies orphaned by human-wildlife conflict.
Our Editor Celia Nicholls looks back over our 2022 Year of the Lion – raising vital funds and awareness for the care and conservation of the symbol of Born Free.
Born Free marks a global day devoted to celebrating birds and encouraging their protection. Our Rescue & Care Officer Flo Blackbourn reports.
Today is World Bear Day and the perfect opportunity to tell you about the rescued bear cubs currently being reared by our supported project in Russia – Orphan Bear Rescue Centre (OBRC), based 280 northwest of Moscow.
A year ago today four servals, confiscated as illegal pets in Belgium, started a new life at a Born Free-funded sanctuary in South Africa.
For International Women's Day, Editor Celia Nicholls salutes the superwomen devoted to wild animal care and conservation, both on the frontline and behind the scenes.
Our team rescues and rehomes vulnerable animals, often from lives of misery in tiny cages. But it’s a complicated process, as Rescue & Care Officer Flo Blackbourn explains.
One year after our Lions of Lockdown arrived at their new home in South Africa, we’ve been checking in with their carers to see how they are doing now.
We are saddened to announce the death of cheetah, Dember, at our Ensessa Kotteh sanctuary in Ethiopia in mid-January.