Born Free is saddened to report the UK’s largest reptile show and market has found a new venue in Rotherham, following the decision by Marshall Arena in Milton Keynes to stop hosting the cruel and outdated event.
Last week, hundreds of community members and school children walked 20,000 steps in support of elephant and lion conservation in Meru National Park.
Born Free is urging supporters to support the bill one last time by writing to Rishi Sunak and Lord True.
We are incredibly sad to say farewell to beautiful Hailu, one of our Cheetah Family in Ethiopia, who passed away recently.
Thanks to the swift action of our Twiga Team, an injured young lioness – a member of our adopted Elsa’s Pride – has been successfully treated in Meru National Park.
Orphaned fox cubs can be extremely vulnerable but, a newly refurbished unit funded by Born Free, is helping The Fox Project save lives in Kent.
Aided by supporters, our conservation team is delivering innovative, holistic and sustainable programmes to protect elephants, lions, tigers and other threatened species around the world.
Born Free has launched an urgent new appeal to get two lion brothers from war-torn Ukraine to their ancestral home of Africa, where they belong.
Born Free joins celebrities & charities calling for urgent action from UK politicians to protect our wildlife & environment for future generations.
Born Free staff and supporters joined colleagues and friends from animal welfare groups to lobby MPs in Westminster to bring an immediate end to badger culling.