Born Free is working with Equity Bank to protect and restore natural habitats near Meru National Park. Community Officer, Charles Njoroge, from our Kenyan team reports.
Our Head of Education, Laura Gosset, explains why our wildlife charity is so concerned about climate change and how nature can help address the climate crisis.
The Pride of Meru team have been trialling new strategies to mitigate human-lion conflicts, protecting both people and lions.
Award-winning actress, writer, singer, poet, humanitarian, wife, mother, grandmother, great grandmother, and one of wildlife’s greatest champions, Virginia McKenna OBE, has been made a Dame in recognition of her work for Wild Animal Welfare and Compassionate Conservation in the New Year Honours List 2023.
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.
Born Free celebrates the arrival of extremely rare giraffe twins, born in our charity’s spiritual homeland of Meru National Park, in Kenya.
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.
Thanks to your donations, Born Free has made HUGE progress as we work with local people to protect rare giraffes in Kenya.
Our Executive President Will Travers OBE fondly remembers Adam Roberts, the remarkable former CEO of the Born Free Foundation and Born Free USA.