Born Free Foundation
03/23/2017 at 17:00. Facebook
Born Free Kenya, the Kenya Wildlife Service, The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust and Elsa's Kopje to the rescue of an injured elephant

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Born Free Foundation
03/23/2017 at 16:01. Facebook
Enter our #Wild4Life #Competition!

Just turn your handprint or footprint into your favourite animal and tell us why you love them! The winning entry will feature on a Born Free T-shirt! Closes: 30th April 2017

To submit your entry, please visit:
Born Free Foundation
03/23/2017 at 14:57. Facebook
There are currently no captive whales or dolphins in the United Kingdom. This #DolphinAwarenessMonth, Born Free looks back at the joint efforts which led to the UK being dolphinaria-free.

In 1987, Born Free and the Whale and Dolphin Conservation Society published a joint report on UK dolphinaria, exposing the poor conditions in which many of Britain’s dolphins were kept. This gave weight to a...
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03/23/2017 at 14:07. Facebook
Our endangered Ethiopian Wolves have recently had 60 pups!

This #NationalPuppyDay, support the work of the Ethiopian Wolf Project by adopting our wolf family: [ Link ]
Born Free Foundation
03/23/2017 at 08:00. Facebook
#TBT 2009 & 2016. Born into captivity, Leda (with her daughters, Rhea and Roxanni) once lived in a municipal zoo – only knowing the painted trees on the barren concrete walls. Having received complaints on the zoo for years, Born Free were given permission by the Mayor of Cyprus to give the three leopards a new home.

With the help of our loyal supporters, we transferred our leopard family to...
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Make your #MothersDay by adopting an animal with Born Free!

With global wildlife numbers having fallen by 58%, you can help us keep them #Wild4Life! Visit: [ Link ]

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Not one, not two, but three good news stories from our dear friends and colleagues at GRI - Zambia Primate Project, who have had a busy few days! #WildlifeRescue #WildlifeRehabilitation #WildlifeEducation

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Good news from Zambia
I adopted Roque, Emily Kate and Ewok for my 5 year old daughter, Charlotte. Her adoption pack came yesterday.❤

This morning.... my Siamese cat claimed Roque as her own. Naughly Lilly!
“There is no up-to-date central government database of zoos in the UK, and matters of licensing and inspection of zoos are the responsibility of hundreds of individual local authorities. We are deeply concerned that the current system is inconsistent and does not adequately protect the vast number of animals kept in zoos in the UK.” - Chris Draper, Associate Director for Animal Welfare at Born...
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After recent zoo scandals, Born Free asks ‘Are current zoo regulations fit for purpose?’
Here's one of the fox cubs that has recently arrived at our friends over at The Fox Project #WildlifeRescue #GivingTuesday
Poetry is an art form in words. This #WorldPoetryDay, listen to poems by our founder, Virginia McKenna OBE

Wildlife Poetry
On the 33rd anniversary of founding of Born Free, BFF has published a virtual book entitled #BeyondTheBars to highlight the stark reality of life for wild animals in captive facilities around the world today. | Photo Corners | Beyond The Bars Takes On Conditions At European Zoos
Born Free are shocked and saddened to see how this ‘conflict’ tiger has been dealt with. Tigers coming into closer contact with humans doesn’t have to lead to injury or death on either side – there are tried and tested methods which bypass conflict and promote co-existence. If conflict happens, well trained rapid response teams should be in place to defuse situations.

Perhaps most URGENTLY,...
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Watch how India crushes its national animal, tiger
Koki was found with part of her tail missing whilst hiding in a hollow of a tree that had fallen down when burning for crops. Koki (short for Kokoloko - which means #pangolin in Baaka) has been a brave little soul from the beginning. With medication and cleaning every day her tail is now healing. Each day she is taken out into the forest to forage, she is watched over at all times by two...
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This year, Born Free has gone ‘back to our roots’, with a focus on our work to challenge the exploitation of wild animals in captivity.
The #BeyondtheBars campaign aims to highlight that wild animals are still suffering in zoos, circuses, marine parks and private collections; all for human ‘entertainment’.

In 2016, we commissioned two photographers, Jo-Anne McArthur and Britta Jaschinski, to...
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Earlier this month, the Lilongwe Wildlife Trust’s Wildlife Emergency Response Unit (WERU) were called to Liwonde National Park, Malawi, to remove an old snare from around the next of a male waterbuck. As soon as it was removed he was off, obviously very grateful for the assistance but definitely not wishing to wait around. The WERU team, supported by Born Free and the Olsen Animal Trust,...
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Our dear friends and colleagues over at Born Free Kenya celebrated World Wildlife Day with a multitude of events, talks and processions. Their spirit in keeping wildlife #Wild4Life is inspiring beyond words. #Youth4Wildlife #YoungVoices

World Wildlife Day 2017
Yesterday, Emma took part in the Reading half marathon - taking just 1 hour 45 minutes to complete it and raising £249 for Born Free! What an amazing result - thank you so much #Fundraising #Fundraiser
Some are worth waking up for | #HappyMonday

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Happy 33rd Birthday to Born Free!

We'd like to take this opportunity to thank all of you: our loyal supporters, patrons and corporate partners for helping us with our mission to keep wildlife in the wild!

Here's to another 33 years of wildlife remaining #Wild4Life! Visit: [ Link ]