Will you "adopt" a primate at the Born Free USA Primate Sanctuary? Adoptions help us provide the monkeys with nutritious food, expert care, and critical rehabilitation. Adoption packages are available for $25, $52, or $100 per year, or become a Primate Sustainer with a monthly contribution of $10 or more. You can adopt Carly, Grinch, Khy, Mig, Nala, or Friendly, our newest adoptable baboon: a dominant female who just arrived at the Sanctuary after a lifetime in a research lab. Adopt today and give the gift of a brighter tomorrow!
Born Free USA's Canadian Representative, Barry McKay, speaks out against the recent decision to add the mourning dove to Ontario's list of species that can be hunted. Listen to his interview on CBC Toronto's radio show, Ontario Morning.
Born Free USA's Exotic Animal Incidents Database proves useful for tracking the recent rash of snake-related incidents, including those involving injuries and deaths to humans and other animals.
Born Free USA's Executive Vice President, Adam Roberts, speaks out about the dangers of owning deadly "pet" snakes.
Link: Wildlife Extra
Why does the U.S. still allow medical research on primates? Following Born Free USA Primate Sanctuary's recent addition of nine baboons from a research lab, this article explores the need to develop alternative methods of medical testing.
In a new interview, Jaimie Partin, Second Place winner in Born Free's 2013 fur-free fashion competition (fffashion), shares her compassionate inspiration for her prize-winning design, "Umbrella-la."
Link: Florida Today
Born Free USA staff joined hundreds of other compassionate ele-friends in Washington DC for The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust's International March for Elephants on Friday 4th, October. Born Free USA CEO, Will Travers, spoke at the rally in front of the White House. Check out his speech and photos from the march!
Our work is far from over, though. Born Free USA continues to fight against elephant poaching and illegal wildlife trafficking, and you can be a part of these efforts! From now through October 14, your purchase of a 'Crush the Ivory Trade' campaign tee-shirt from FLOAT Apparel will help support Born Free USA's work. Advocate for elephants in style, and remember to Say No to Ivory!
At least 87 elephants are confirmed dead from cyanide poisoning in Zimbabwe’s largest national park. Three poachers have been charged and sentenced, but the fight against the ivory trade rages on.
Link: The Verge