VIDEO LIBRARY

We want to inspire people to respect wild animals and Keep Wildlife in the Wild. 

Our exclusive videos have been produced to showcase our work around the world to protect wildlife, educate local communities, promote human-wildlife co-existence and highlight the plight of wild animals in captivity.

Our videos are published regularly, so please keep checking back, follow us on Instagram, Twitter or Facebook, or subscribe to our YouTube channel, to stay updated.

Education webinar: Exotic Pets - What’s The Issue? Join Born Free and Youth Ambassador, Katie Marshall, to discover why exotic pets do not cope well in our homes, find out more about exotic pets living in the UK, plus, how the exotic pet trade impact’s the survival of species in the wild.
Education webinar: What is CoP26? Join the Born Free Team to learn all about the 2021 Climate Conference in Glasgow. Hear all about the process from our Head of Policy, learning how you can influence policy-makers to prioritise the Climate Crisis and how young people can get involved.
Education webinar: Last Chance to Paint with John Dyer Join Born Free’s Education Team, with guest John Dyer, as they speak about the Last Chance to Paint project and Sudan, the last male northern white rhino, who started John’s journey. With opportunities for students to paint along.
Education webinar: Endangered Species Conference Join artist, Jane Lee McCracken, Born Free and some special guest speakers to learn about endangered wildlife, and the positive steps we can take to protect these species. This event launched the Where Did All The Animals Go? exhibition, Great North Museum, Newcastle (1hr 37mins, inc. break).
Education webinar: Pangolin Watch one of our past school events, ‘Plight of the Pangolin’ here. Learn more about the most fascinating species that you have never heard of! Learn about the amazing lives of pangolins, their adaptations and the many threats that they face.
Education webinar: Born Free’s Great Debate Panel Discussion Watch one of our past school events, ‘Chocolate: Are We Sacrificing Biodiversity For Pleasure? here. Meet an amazing panel of experts and learn about some of the challenges associated with cocoa production and what we can all do to ensure our local actions don’t have negative global consequences.
Education webinar: Where Did All The Animals Go? Watch one of our past school events, ‘Where Did All The Animals Go? here. Meet artist Jane Lee McCracken and learn about how her art and environmental education project is connecting children to endangered wildlife from around the world.
In Conversation With Virginia McKenna OBE Watch one of our past school events, ‘In Conversation With Virginia McKenna’ here. Virginia talks about her illustrious film career and how she and her late husband, Bill Travers MBE, founded Born Free with their son Will Travers OBE.
Plight of the Pangolin Pangolins are meant to be fully protected from the ravages of international trade, yet they are the world’s most trafficked mammal – callously hunted in huge numbers for their scales and meat.
Pride Before The Fall: Book Launch Conceived by critically-acclaimed photographer George Logan in collaboration with Born Free, this remarkable wildlife book brings the plight of Africa’s remaining lions into sharp focus.
Orphan Bear Cubs Learn Survival Skills Teaching an orphan bear cub all the skills it needs for a wild life is no mean feat, but the Born Free-supported Orphan Bear Rescue Centre are experts at it!
Rhea enjoys the African sun Born in 1998, Rhea the leopard was rescued from Limassol Zoo, in Cyprus, and is one of four leopards in Born Free's care at our big cat sanctuary at Shamwari Private Game Reserve.
Gordon Buchanan On Filming Bear Cubs In 2018, Gordon Buchanan Wildlife Filmaker spent many months at the Born Free-supported Orphan Bear Rescue Centre filming three pairs of bear cub brothers for a BBC documentary.
Raising bear cubs In the thick, wooded forests of Russia, brown bears face many threats. Many will perish, but the lucky ones are found just in time and taken to the Born Free-supported Orphan Bear Rescue Centre.
Orangutans on the brink The Born Free-supported Orangutan Foundation is working in the rainforests of Indonesia Borneo to save and protect the world’s precious orangutans and their habitat.
Five ways we can make the world a better place post-pandemic Dr Nikki Tagg, Born Free's Conservation Programmes Manager, suggests five ways we can make the world a better place post-coronavirus.
Page of 7

UPDATE DIRECT TO YOUR INBOX

Sign up to get the latest Born Free news about our work and how you can help, delivered straight to your inbox.