Following a dramatic 48 hours of negotiations, the Born Free Foundation® has secured the release of two dolphins, Tom and Misha. Their plight has made international news since they were placed in a small concrete swimming pool in the Turkish town of Hisaronu, from where local campaign group, the Dolphin Angels, arranged a massive Facebook protest and an ongoing street presence, calling for their release.
When humans exploit wild creatures, bad things happen.
Born Free USA tracks such confrontations, and in the interest of raising awareness presents an interactive database of attacks on humans, attacks on other animals, and escapes by exotic animals.
Born Free USA and E Magazine are proud to announce the 2010 winners of the second annual fffashion — the fur-free fashion design competition promoting the ethical and environmental benefits of forgoing fur fashions. Winners were chosen by a celebrity panel of judges and, this year, a "Green Award" was added. Check out our winners, including the Top 10. Of course, the furbearing animals are the big winners as more people learn how fabulous and fun forgoing fur can be!
Born Free USA cordially invites you to a benefit concert, For the Love of Animals, featuring a brilliant solo performance by award-winning New Age pianist Suzanne Ciani.
The benefit concert will be held at 8 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 25 in the International House Auditorium on the University of California, Berkeley campus.
Watch him on Riz Khan's One on One
Born Free CEO Will Travers was recently interviewed on Riz Khan's One on One. Watch the full interview now »
Khy is the winner of our Adopt a Primate Contest. In honor of his win, he (and his neighboring monkeys) received an extra day's supply of bananas. And you received $10 off Khy's adoption through July! Really, all the primates in the Born Free USA Primate Sanctuary are winners. (But you already knew that!)
Meet Shawshank; the newest member of our Adopt a Primate program. Shawshank is a 16-year-old hamadryas baboon who had the good fortune to be retired from a research facility and now spends his days at the Born Free USA Primate Sanctuary in a large, natural enclosure in the company of other baboons. Adopt him today.
Born Free USA is excited to announce our second annual Keep Wildlife in the Wild Week! Why a week? Because there are so many animals in need and species in trouble, we decided to give them a whole week! It's all happening here starting June 21. Find out more »