Want to save rare species? Empowering local people and funding community-based conservation is the key.
Your generous donations to our recent Apes on the Edge appeal have already had a remarkable impact.
Born Free’s Head of Policy, Dr Mark Jones chats to Nomusa Dube, founder of the Zimbabwe Elephant Foundation, dedicated to helping communities co-exist with wildlife.
Born Free reports on a continuing crisis for wild animals and local people in Kenya, as a devastating drought, the worst in decades, continues to grip eastern Africa.
Meru is where our Co-Founder Virginia McKenna OBE learned to love lions and love Africa. She considers the park’s influence on her family and explains why Elsa’s descendants need you today.
Born Free works to put a stop to snares posing a significant and painful threat to lions.
Is there a link between sustainability and wildlife? We’ll explore this and how the two can lead to a better future for humans and wildlife.
The lion population is dwindling and could become extinct by 2050. Discover what you can do to help protect this incredible species.
Our shocking new report highlights that despite claims, only a small portion of CCZ zoo’s income is spent on field conservation.
The announcement by The Aspinall Foundation that they will be moving their entire herd of 13 African elephants from Howletts Zoo in Kent to Kenya has been welcomed by the Born Free Foundation.