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Buy for Your Pet — But Don't Shop for Pets!

Published 05/10/11

For compassionate shoppers on the go, our Pet Supply Locator keeps your consumer conscience clean — and it’s now specially formatted for your handheld devices! On vacation in a new town with your companion and running low on food? It's no problem to still shop with compassion. Easily access a database of more than 500 stores nationwide that refuse to sell live animals so you can confidently support retailers that don’t treat animals like merchandise. And there's nothing to download and you don't have do anything extra. Just access the Pet Supply Locator from your handheld device and the mobile version automatically loads. We’re constantly expanding the database thanks to submissions from conscientious shoppers such as you.

Adopt a Primate for Less than Half-Price!

Published 05/02/11

There are bargains, and then there are great bargains. What Born Free USA is offering this week is the mother of all great bargains! Through Monday (May 9), you can adopt one of six monkeys (Carly, Grinch, Joey, Khy, Mig or Shawshank) at our Primate Sanctuary for just $25 — more than a 50 percent savings from our regular price! Your generous, tax-free donation helps us provide for the necessary food, shelter and care for some 500 monkeys at the south Texas facility. Make the adoption in honor or your mother, grandmother, sister, aunt, niece, cousin, friend — or all of the above! — who brought life into our world and should be thanked for the countless things she has done. Happy Mother’s Day!


New York’s Failure to Enact Laws Banning Sale of Bear Parts Is Boon to Poachers

Published 05/02/11
By Glenn Blain, New York Daily News

The state's failure to enact laws banning the sale of bear gallbladders and bile has allowed New York to become a haven for poachers and profiteers who ship the valuable products overseas for use in traditional Asian medicines, wildlife advocates claim. "Our biggest concern is about New York being used as a laundering point to get gallbladders out of the country," said Adam Roberts, executive vice president of Born Free USA. "They are being shipped out of New York to places like Korea."

Link: New York Daily News

World to Lose Forest Area 27 Times as Big as Austria

Published 04/27/11
By Agence France-Presse

The world stands to lose 230 million hectares of forest by 2050 with drastic consequences for the climate, biodiversity and the global economy, the World Wildlife Foundation said on Wednesday. "Those responsible — policy-makers and industry — are sawing away at the branch we're all sitting on," WWF's head of forests, Philipp Goeltenboth, said in a statement, noting that the area projected to be lost is 27 times the size of Austria.

Link: Agence France-Presse/Yahoo News!

Hunter Becomes Guardian of Taiwan’s Bears

Published 04/22/11
By Benjamin Yeh, Agence France-Presse

YULI, Taiwan — When he was young, Taiwanese aboriginal hunter Lin Yuan-yuan became a legend after he killed two ferocious Formosan black bears. Now he has devoted his life to saving the endangered species. The 55-year-old is still revered by his tribe, the Bunun mountain people, as a guardian of the island's biggest land animal as it struggles to survive poaching and continued degradation of its traditional habitat.

Link: Agence France-Presse

Buy on Vegetarian Site, Boost BFUSA!

Published 04/18/11

The Vegetarian Site loves animals! For the month of April, 10 percent of all its sales are being donated to Born Free USA. Click here to find fantastic vegetarian and vegan products and help us Keep Wildlife in the Wild ®!


Adam Roberts Appears on 'Pet Talk' (first visit)

Published 04/16/11

Born Free USA's executive vice president, Adam Roberts, appears on "Pet Talk," a program hosted on News 12 Connecticut by meteorologist Lauren Collier. Click here or on the image to watch the program. (Note: The portion of the show that features Adam being interviewed starts at approximately the 5:35 mark.)

Congress Pulls Wolves Off Endangered Species List

Published 04/15/11
By Environment News Service

Congress on Thursday, April 14 approved a budget bill that includes a rider removing wolves in Montana, Idaho, Washington, Oregon and Utah from the federal endangered species list and sets the stage for near-term delisting in Wyoming. The measure returns control of wolf management to the states.

Link: Environment News Service

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