Born Free has built ten ‘Beehive Fences’ to reduce crop-raiding and promote co-existence between people and elephants in Kenya. Have they had an impact? Our Conservation team reports.
Born Free Kenya Country Director Tim Oloo provides a statement in response to reports of the retaliatory killing of 11 lions in Amboseli, Kenya.
Born Free’s Head of Policy, Dr Mark Jones, has co-authored a report which investigates and challenges the Government’s claims that it is phasing out badger culling.
Virginia McKenna has today been awarded her Damehood at Windsor Castle. The honour, conferred by The Prince of Wales, is in recognition of her work for Wild Animal Welfare and Compassionate Conservation.
Born Free has signed an open letter to the Conservative Government, decrying the lack of progress made by this Government on animal protection and welfare since the publication of its Action Plan for Animal Welfare.
Concerns for the welfare of animals at Karachi Zoo in Pakistan are continuing to receive media attention.
Born Free is delighted to announce the winner of this year’s Primate Society of Great Britain grant, together with great progress from last year’s victor.
Two years ago today, thanks to your generous donations, we gave Sandro the tiger – rescued from a rundown Spanish zoo – a new home at a sanctuary in Italy.
After nearly 20 years devoted to tiger conservation in India, Born Free is delighted by the latest population estimate for this endangered species.
Born Free’s Rescue & Care team responds to independent specialist wildlife vet’s assessment of female white tiger cub found in Greece.