Our most recent UK ivory investigation reveals an encouraging reduction in ivory listings, but there is still work to be done.
Born Free welcomes Good Morning Britain debate on the keeping of exotic pets.
Figures reveal a further 24,000 badgers could be killed under licence in the remainder of this year.
How does overconsumption impact wild animals? Youth Engagement Officer Enya Perry encourages teachers to download our new Great Debate resources for free.
Michael Mugo Maina, our Pride of Meru Program Manager, reports on the recent treatment of Chebby, a lioness from the Bisanadi Pride.
MPs to decide whether to support new duties to tackle online animal cruelty content.
Born Free releases its 2022-23 Education Annual Report, outlining our international education programmes over the past year, and the impact this work has had.
Earlier this month, we spoke with Anish Andheria, President of the Wildlife Conservation Trust, one of the partners of the Satpuda Landscape Tiger Partnership.
Born Free has been made aware of statements which have been made in relation to a zoo planning application in Trowell, Nottinghamshire - Born Free does not support this application in any way.
Born Free’s Rescue & Care Officer Dr Andrea Donaldson looks back at their history, and what they have achieved.