As India completes 50 years of its iconic tiger conservation program ‘Project Tiger’, the Satpuda Landscape Tiger Partnership (SLTP) teams met in Melghat Tiger Reserve last month as a part of their Annual Seminar.
As humans and wildlife are forced ever closer together, conflict is occurring - with often deadly results. We must take action now to end human-wildlife conflict.
Born Free is helping farmers and elephants to live together without conflict, thanks to innovative and cost-effective natural solutions.
The Pride of Meru team have been trialling new strategies to mitigate human-lion conflicts, protecting both people and lions.
Born Free reports significant changes for the lion prides of Meru in eastern Kenya, with the recent birth of five cubs, as well as fascinating new coalitions and dominant males.
Aided by supporters, Born Free continues to work hard to safeguard the lions of Kenya and promote coexistence with local communities. David Manoa reports from Amboseli.
It’s World Wildlife Conservation Day and Born Free’s Head of Conservation Dr Nikki Tagg encourages each of us to play our part in coexisting with nature.
Born Free’s Global Friends programme is having a big impact, encouraging young people to learn about wild animals.
Want to save rare species? Empowering local people and funding community-based conservation is the key.
Born Free works to put a stop to snares posing a significant and painful threat to lions.