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Born Free Foundation 9h
Replying to @ChristineDePau5
Hi Christine, please can we ask you to submit this to our Raise the Red Flag database here: Thank you. We really appreciate your concern for wildlife.
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Born Free Foundation 22h
Help us by climbing for ! Take on the of a lifetime by scaling Africa’s second highest peak, Mount Kenya, including visits to the conservation projects you're supporting. Find out more here:
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Born Free Foundation 24h
In 20 years, 200 mostly young were taken from their herds to be shipped to . We're so close to banning the trade in wild-caught elephants, but we need your help! Take action to ensure the UK and EU are on the right side of history:
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Born Free Foundation Aug 20
Replying to @sharkchk
Thank you so much for your support, Cheryl! Your AMAZING efforts will help us keep wildlife in the wild, exactly where they belong. 🦁
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Born Free Foundation Aug 20
Replying to @dodd_suzie
Thank you so much for your support, Susie!
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Will Travers Aug 19
WATCH Extraordinary compassionate ‘win’ for live wild could be overturned! Find out how you can help! ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ RT
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Born Free Foundation Aug 20
Replying to @AbiBram
That's fantastic! Thank you so much for your support, Abi.
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Born Free Foundation Aug 20
Replying to @clairabelle11
That's amazing news, Claire! Thank you so much for your support and be sure to wish her a happy birthday from us. 🎉
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Born Free Foundation Aug 19
once lived in endless forests, but today their natural habitat lies in tatters. Forest fires and development have destroyed 80% of their home in the last 30 years. Help us continue our vital work on :
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Born Free Foundation Aug 19
should only ever be shot using a camera. Read how the incredible professional photographers we work with feel when they capture wildlife living free: Don't forget to enter our photography competition too!
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Born Free Foundation Aug 18
The UK has received a total of around 3,500 trophy items since the turn of the millennium. This pointless slaughter of wild animals needs to stop. Your donation will help us save them:
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Born Free Foundation Aug 17
The world's tallest mammals are in serious decline, with less than 70,000 remaining. They're just one of the species with its future and protection from being discussed at a conference today. Make your voice heard:
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Born Free Foundation Aug 16
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Born Free Foundation Aug 16
Huge congratulations from our entire team to , our Chief Scientist, who has been made Professor of Conservation Biology at the !
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Born Free Foundation Aug 15
We're INCREDIBLY excited to announce the of Iman, a young and orphaned lioness who was confiscated before she could be sold! Read her story and help us fund her lifetime care at our Enessa Kotteh sanctuary here:
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Born Free Foundation Aug 14
Never underestimate your power to help wild animals in need. When you're on holiday this summer, you can make a difference by reporting your concerns. Use to make your voice heard:
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Born Free Foundation Aug 13
Replying to @DonnaStephenss
Hi Donna. All the wild animal adoptions we offer are all supporting and raising funds for projects working with local communities in the countries in which they operate.
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Born Free Foundation Aug 13
Replying to @ROHKBuilders
We definitely agree with you there! Thank you for helping us keep wildlife in the wild. 🐘
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Born Free Foundation Aug 13
Replying to @helloaycan
That's brilliant, thank you so much for your support! 🐘
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Born Free Foundation Aug 13
Ethiopian wolves need your ! Loss of habitat and lethal diseases have led to them becoming the world’s rarest canid, with less than 500 remaining. You can help us save them by adopting a wolf family on :
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