One year on since the Irish zoo inspectorate announced its decision to investigate Dublin Zoo, Born Free’s Captivity Research Officer, Chris Lewis, looks back on what followed and what lessons need to be learned.
Head of Policy, veterinarian Mark Jones, explains why the UK's Hunting Trophies (Import Prohibition) Bill represents an important opportunity for the UK to play its part in bringing trophy hunting to an end.
Born Free joins celebrities & charities calling for urgent action from UK politicians to protect our wildlife & environment for future generations.
To celebrate World Chimpanzee Day, we recently spoke with the project director of the Bulindi Chimpanzee and Community Project, one of Born Free’s partners in Uganda.
With you by our side, Born Free is devoted to the care and conservation of these remarkable apes. Rescue & Care Officer Dr Andrea Donaldson reports.
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.
After co-hosting a series of workshops with Born Free, creative artist Mark Lee Davies is holding a public performance in aid our charity.
Thanks to your donations and adoptions, our team in Ethiopia is hard at work caring for two young cheetah cubs – Ramadan and Fasika.
Born Free’s Selfish Selfies campaign is raising awareness of the use of captive wild animals as props for souvenir photos and encouraging people to pledge not to support this exploitative industry. It’s a global issue affecting thousands of animals, explains Born Free’s Captivity Campaigns Information Coordinator Sarah Jefferson.
New article by Born Free’s Head of Policy, Dr Mark Jones highlights the damage caused to individual animals, their social groups and the wider ecology.