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Wild Obsession: The Perilous Attraction of Owning Exotic Pets

Published 03/20/14

The April 2014 issue of National Geographic Magazine carefully explores the risks of exotic pet ownership. Adam Roberts, CEO of Born Free USA, contributes his expertise to this wonderfully detailed piece.

Link: National Geographic Magazine

'Worst Zoo in the World' Finally Shut Down... But Animals Will Merely Relocate to Other Zoos

Published 03/18/14

Croatia’s second largest city, Split, will close its infamous zoo—described by some as the ‘worst in the world.’ The animals will be relocated to other zoos around Europe.

Link: Global Animal

No Poaching for Nepal's Highly Endangered Wildlife

Published 03/14/14

For once, there’s a bit of good news about poaching. The country of Nepal proudly reports that, between February 2013 and February 2014, no rhinos, tigers, or elephants were poached within its borders. Nepal celebrated a poaching-free year in 2011, as well.

Link: Environmental News Network

An Elephant Never Forgets?

Published 03/12/14

A new study has found that wild elephants in Kenya can distinguish between human languages, and they can detect whether a voice is that of a man, woman, or boy. The results show that elephants utilize their famed powers of memory to study people and identify potential threats. According to one of the researchers, elephants “have developed this very rich knowledge of the humans that they share their habitat with.”

Link: Time

Born Free USA's CEO, Adam Roberts, Featured in Congressional Quarterly

Published 03/11/14

Congressional Quarterly (CQ) features Born Free USA's CEO, Adam Roberts, in its most recent publication. The article details Born Free USA's history, our focus on policy change to protect wildlife, and Roberts' expert background in the field of animal advocacy. Be sure to give this exciting article a read to learn more about our work to save animals!

Think Twice Before Feeding Wildlife

Published 03/10/14

It may seem harmless to feed breadcrumbs to ducks, or to leave picnic scraps for other wildlife—but it can hurt both animals and humans. Human foods can cause serious health problems for wildlife. And, this feeding can condition animals to approach humans to look for food, creating dangerous changes in their natural behaviors. Click here to learn how Born Free USA promotes responsible coexistence with wildlife, and be sure to download our brochures for more information.

Link: The News Tribune

"Monkey Business" Book Benefits Born Free USA!

Published 03/10/14

Author Erika Fleury’s new book, Monkey Business: A History of Nonhuman Primate Rights, explores the past, present, and future of nonhuman primate rights, from the pet and entertainment industries to the ethics of primate use in research. Use this link to purchase the book, and 50% of proceeds will be donated to Born Free USA--but only during the month of March! Get your copy today!

Bindi Irwin Sparks Controversy by Announcing Partnership with SeaWorld

Published 03/07/14

Bindi Irwin, 15-year-old daughter of the late “Crocodile Hunter” Steve Irwin, has announced her partnership with SeaWorld—which incited immediate public backlash. SeaWorld’s reputation has been marred since the award-winning documentary, Blackfish (2013), called into question SeaWorld’s practice of keeping marine mammals in captivity.

Link: Daily Mail

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