The Born Free USA Primate Sanctuary cares for over 600 primates — and you can help by taking advantage of our new and improved adoption program! For $25, $52 or $100 a year, you can make a difference in primates' lives. Your donation helps us provide food, care and rehabilitation to these individuals and your adoption kit will provide you with materials about your adopted primate — including a color photo. Adopt a primate today »
Show others that you support Born Free USA with our 100 percent organic cotton T-shirts. Your purchase goes toward our work on behalf of animals and by wearing this shirt, you are bound to engage others in a conversation to Keep Wildlife in the Wild — and look good doing it! Only $19.95, including shipping and handling. Purchase one now »
Born Free USA is proud to help reveal new evidence showing that trophy hunting -- especially of species such as lions -- is not economically beneficial. This should suppress any argument that hunting equals conservation. Read the latest economic study and see our short infographic.
Born Free USA's online auction runs June 25 – June 29. We have some great items this year! Artist Camilla d’Errico has donated two of her beautiful signed prints. Check out the deluxe doggie gift basket from Natural Balance pet foods. And discover so much more. Bid on some exciting gifts and help animals too by visiting www.biddingforgood.com/bornfreeusa.
Adrian Cale explores the life and work of our CEO, Will Travers OBE and Born Free, in this 23-minute pilot for a prospective TV series called Wildlife Heroes. Described as "Fascinating and insightful".
Born Free USA's Adam Roberts appeared on "Inside Edition" on May 17 to explain why restaurants should not be serving lion meat. Watch a video of the segment. Lion meat is appearing with increasing frequency on menus across the land. Just this month, lion tacos debuted at Taco Fusion in Tampa, FL. As Born Free USA showed in a 2011 undercover investigation, the lion meat industry is shady and under-regulated, and places both people and animals at risk. Consumers, restaurant owners and policy-makers are all equally responsible for putting a stop to this risky business by refusing to buy or sell lion meat and by pushing for and passing stronger regulations and prohibitions on the possession, slaughter and sale of lions in the United States.
Born Free co-founder Virginia McKenna is featured in the May/June edition of Grand, a digital magazine for grandparents and their families. Virginia is pictured on the cover with three of her grandchildren, including the daughter of Born Free USA Chief Executive Officer Will Travers, Lily. In the article, Virginia says: "I want my grandchildren to grow up to be sensitive to other creatures. Keeping wild creatures in confined spaces with incorrect socializing is very damaging and deeply sad. We don't want our children and grandchildren growing up thinking that's okay."
Beautiful Nala arrived at our Primate Sanctuary last summer as part of a group of 29 hybrid long-tailed and pig-tailed macaques rescued from the bankrupt Wild Animal Orphanage in San Antonio. Now, because Born Free USA supporters made her the top vote-getter in a three-way competition this spring, Nala has become the newest "adoptee" in our Adopt a Primate program! For $52 a year (that's just $1 a week), you can adopt Nala or any of five other monkeys and you will help ensure that they are well-cared for at our spacious sanctuary in south Texas. Gift adoptions are available, too, and they make unique Mother's Day presents. Read more about Nala and please consider joining our adoption program.