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Inspections Don't Improve Animal Welfare at British Zoos, Study Finds

Published 01/24/14

Do formal inspections actually lead to an improvement in animal welfare standards at British Zoos? Unfortunately, a new study finds that they do not. The authors analyzed the results of two consecutive inspection reports for 136 British zoos, and found no evidence of overall improvement to minimum animal welfare standards between the first and second inspections. Many zoos fail to meet these minimum standards at all—and the authors uncovered inconsistency between inspectors. The researchers conclude that a better system for inspection and licensing is warranted. Click here to read the study.

Become a Born Free USA Member

Published 01/21/14

Please join us in making this world a safer place for wildlife with a Born Free USA Membership. When you become a Member, you join tens of thousands of other compassionate individuals who are committed to making a difference for animals in need. With your Membership, you receive an exclusive ‘Elsa the lioness’ lapel pin, a Membership certificate, a subscription to our bi-annual Animal Issues Digest magazine – plus the knowledge that you are helping to Keep Wildlife in the Wild. Our Members are our partners in action, and together, we can make a difference in 2014. Please join Born Free USA today.

Reflecting on a Campaign that was For the Birds...

Published 01/02/14

Born Free USA’s Executive Vice President, Adam Roberts, emphasizes the importance of National Bird Day by sharing his history with avian protection; the progress that has been made for birds; and what must still be accomplished to ensure that birds enjoy a healthy future. Read his thoughts on National Bird Day below.

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Ring In the New Year by Celebrating National Bird Day!

Published 12/31/13

Happy new year from Born Free USA! 2013 was filled with successes, and 2014 is shaping up to be an even better year for animals. We’re kicking off the new year by celebrating National Bird Day this Sunday, January 5: a day to shine a spotlight on issues critical to the protection and survival of captive and wild birds. Visit www.nationalbirdday.org to learn how you can get involved and help our feathered friends!

Help Us Make 2014 the Best Year Yet for Animals!

Published 12/20/13

As the year comes to a close, remember to keep animals in mind! December 31 is your last chance to make a tax-deductible donation to Born Free USA in 2013. We look forward to everything you’ll help us accomplish in 2014, and your generous donation can help start the year off right for wildlife. On behalf of everyone at Born Free USA, we wish you, your family, and your furry friends a safe and happy holiday season!

Win Signed Guitars from REO Speedwagon and More!

Published 12/16/13

Don't miss out on your chance to win a signed guitar from popular bands such as Survivor, Kansas, Styx, and REO Speedwagon! Join Born Free USA’s eAlert Team and ‘like’ us on Facebook to be among the first to know when the signed guitars go up for auction—and so that we can keep you informed on ways you can help us Keep Wildlife in the Wild. All proceeds from guitar auctions will benefit the Born Free USA Primate Sanctuary in Dilley, Texas.

Born Free USA Visa Platinum Rewards Card

Published 12/02/13

Help animals while you shop this holiday season! You'll probably already use a credit card for your holiday shopping, so why not choose Born Free USA's? Support Born Free USA with the new Born Free USA Visa® Platinum Rewards Card. When you apply for and use your card, the bank will donate $50 to Born Free USA, and will donate a percentage of your future purchases to Born Free USA, as well! The more of us who participate, the bigger the impact we can make. Apply for a Born Free USA Visa® Platinum Rewards Card today, and spread some holiday cheer to animals in need!

Born Free USA Witnesses Ivory Crush

Published 11/15/13

Born Free USA's Executive Vice President, Adam Roberts, attended the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's November 14 ivory crush, in which nearly six tons of confiscated elephant ivory was destroyed. Roberts explained the significance of this historic event in an interview with the Associated Press.

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