The Born Free Podcast is where you can meet the people working to protect our species and natural landscapes.  

Every other week we interview field conservationists, biologists, scientists, campaigners, entrepreneurs, artists and all-round advocates for wildlife, either from Born Free, or further afield, as we debate some of the most topical challenges facing our wildlife today. 

We endeavour to cover a wide range of topics from trophy hunting, illegal wildlife trade and field conservation, to the demand in exotic pets, and hear from inspirational supporters who have found alternative ways to use their voice for wildlife protection. 

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OUR LATEST PODCAST

EPISODE #15

The Sockstar Project

Wildlife rangers in developing nations have one of the most notoriously dangerous and unpredictable jobs around. While they might have the latest technologies and ammunition to defend wildlife, often their own basic welfare requirements are severely lacking. 

In this episode, we bring you the story of The Sockstar Project, a charity that strives for change by providing rangers in Africa with products like bars of soaps, toothpaste, women’s sanitation products and socks. Its two main areas of support are for wildlife conservation NGOs Game Rangers International, in Zambia, and National Park Rescue, in Zimbabwe. 

They are both key players in the fight for African elephant conservation, and operate where poaching is a very real danger for elephants and the people protecting them. The project is making a difference, quite literally, one boot at a time.

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