On World Gorilla Day, our Head of Conservation, Dr Nikki Tagg, examines the double-edged reality faced by our closest cousins.
The lion population is dwindling and could become extinct by 2050. Discover what you can do to help protect this incredible species.
Stephen Melubo, Born Free’s Monitoring and Evaluation Officer in Amboseli, reports on helping predators and people live together without conflict in southern Kenya.
Born Free has created the Twiga Team of eco-scouts dedicated to conducting daily patrols to remove snares and create a safe environment for giraffes to thrive.
Ivy Malemba from our Kenyan team speaks of her pride at working for Born Free and reflects on some of the successes since she joined.
To Born Free’s horror, Freya the walrus has been euthanised in Norway, after attracting crowds who refused to stay away.
On World Elephant Day, Born Free’s Newton Simiyu highlights one of our new conservation initiatives in Kenya, the Saving Meru’s Giants project.
Great news on World Lion Day for the Virginia Pride!
On World Lion Day, Caroline Ng’weno, Pride of Meru Programme Manager at Born Free Kenya, reveals her passion for lions, and urges people to protect them, before it’s too late.
Victor Cheruiyot, our driver in Meru, shares his thoughts on this awesome alpha male lion!