In recent years tigers and humans have been pushed closer together.
Human-wildlife conflict is a major threat to the survival of wild tigers.
International Women's Day
It's International Women’s Day! Find out how Living with Tigers is empowering women in the village of Turiya, near Pench National Park.
Meet Ciam & King
Meet Ciam and King: two lions rescued from the exotic pet trade who now live at our big cat rescue centre in South Africa!
World Cat Day
It’s World Cat Day!
We’re celebrating felines big and small, striped and spotted.
Living with Tigers
Born Free’s Living with Tigers initiative is working across the Satpuda area of central India to safeguard wild tiger populations and their lands.
Land of the Tiger
Born Free's Living with Tigers is helping to conserve one of the largest remaining populations of tigers and their habitat on Earth.
Hunting medals: Maasai Olympics
The Maasai Olympics has been held every two years since 2012 to offer Maasai warriors an alternative to killing lions as part of their traditional rite of passage.
Simon the chimpanzee
Simon is a young, orphaned chimpanzee who was taken from the wild and sold as a pet. He has lived on his own in a barren cage for more than a year.
Bobga the baby gorilla
Meet Bobga, an infant male Western lowland gorilla, who was rescued from wildlife traffickers and now lives in Limbe Wildlife Centre.
Adopt the lion King
King is a young lion who was found in an apartment in Paris where he was being kept illegally as an ‘exotic pet’ in a small, dirty cage.
Adopt Timtom the orangutan
Taken from her mother as a baby, Timtom was rescued by Orangutan Foundation and now lives at Camp JL in Borneo.
Wildlife Conservation Day
This Wildlife Conservation Day, please help us ensure that all wild animals are treated with compassion and respect.
Zoos: Don’t Buy Captivity
A brief summary of Born Free’s work on zoos. Footage from zoos around the world.
Bella Lack at IWT Conference
Born Free’s very own Youth Ambassador Bella Lack discusses events at IWT Conference.
Adopt an Elephant Family
The Elephant Family live in Amboseli, Kenya, and are part of the longest running study of wild African elephants in Africa.
Born Free at IWT Conference: Day 2
Dr Mark Jones, Head of Policy at Born Free, highlights key points from the Illegal Wildlife Trade Conference.