A long read by Rescue & Care Officer Flo Blackbourn, considers five reasons why leopards need your help today.
Born Free is supporting the campaign to help Ely, a 42-year-old African elephant kept alone at Zoológico de San Juan de Aragón in Mexico.
Born Free’s supports campaign to end the sale of illegal poison products in the UK aimed at killing protected species.
It is currently legal to keep almost any animal as a pet in the UK unless there is legislation in place which specifically bans the keeping of that breed or species. Born Free is increasingly concerned by the number of wild animals being traded and kept as exotic pets, both legally and illegally.
Born Free is saddened to learn of the death of a female lion at Longleat Safari Park, as a result of an aggressive interaction with a male.
Born Free’s International Policy Specialist Adeline Lerambert, and Head of Policy Dr Mark Jones, report on the outcomes of the global biodiversity meeting that has taken place in Canada.
On December 15, Born Free hosted a public discussion to explore innovative and humane alternatives to trophy hunting, at London’s iconic Royal Geographical Society.
As COP15 reaches its climax, Born Free urges the world’s Ministers attending this critical meeting to adopt a robust, transformative, measurable, and humane global framework for protecting nature and wildlife.
Born Free reports on the countdown to the adoption of the post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework under the United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity.
Born Free welcomes the passing of the Big Cat Public Safety Act, which received unanimous consent in the US Senate, to restrict the private ownership of big cats like lions and tigers.