Seven years ago today, Cecil was brutally murdered by trophy hunters, but can his death inspire a future of coexistence between humans and wildlife?
Born Free salutes the brave women across the world, putting their lives on the line to protect wild animals.
Head Guide at Elsa's Kopje, Mohamed Boru shares why Elsa's Pride is so special to him.
The official estimate for the number of lions living in Kenya has increased 25% to 2,489, according to the Kenyan government.
In 1794, William Blake wrote the famous lines, Tyger Tyger, burning bright, In the forests of the night; What immortal hand or eye, Could frame thy fearful symmetry?
Tigers are everywhere. They’re one of nature’s most charismatic and revered animals, with an eternal appeal promoted in cultures the world over. But how are tigers viewed by the people who live alongside tigers every day?
In the Satpuda area of central India, to ensure people and wildlife can co-exist peacefully, it’s important that people can identify the presence of wildlife nearby. One of the best ways to do this is to look out for their paw prints, or pugmarks. But, how do you tell them apart?
Born Free is working closely with Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) to safeguard the future of a pride of lions called ‘Elsa’s Pride’.