More than 210,000 badgers killed to date in shameful and misguided efforts to control bovine TB in cattle.
Born Free is delighted to announce that David Manoa, Pride of Amboseli Programme Manager, has received his PhD from the University of Nairobi.
Born Free’s dynamic colleagues at Zambia Primate Project have rescued several monkeys including two babies orphaned by human-wildlife conflict.
Born Free welcomes news that the Spanish government has approved the law on the Protection of Animal Rights and Welfare. The new law will finally bring about a complete prohibition of wild animals in circuses throughout the entire country and follows many years of campaigning by the InfoCircos coalition of NGOs, whose perseverance has already seen 12 of the country’s 17 regions bring in localised bans.
Born Free’s UK Policy Advisor, Dominic Dyer, spoke at the Partnership for Action Against Wildlife Crime (PAW) Conference to encourage tougher action on wildlife crime.
Dominic Dyer, Born Free’s UK Policy Advisor and Wildlife Advocate, has been appointed chair of environmental campaign group Nature 2030.
Images and videos showing the abuse and sometimes even killing of animals are easily accessible on social media, including by children, with little or no regulation. We are calling on the UK Government to change that through its Online Safety Bill and we need your support.
The Hunting Trophies (Import Prohibition) Bill, tabled by Crawley MP Henry Smith, moved a step closer to becoming law when it received its Third Reading in the House of Commons today.
A year ago today four servals, confiscated as illegal pets in Belgium, started a new life at a Born Free-funded sanctuary in South Africa.
An assessment report released this week reveals the ongoing plight of Bunka the elephant at Yerevan Zoo, Armenia