International wildlife charity, Born Free, shares 20 animal welfare and conservation successes to help spread a little happiness at the end of 2020.
Home-schooling with a difference: Orangutans learn life lessons
It’s been over 100 days since the UK’s official lockdown began and parents all over the country have been desperately trying to juggle the demands of home-schooling their children.
However, while maths, English and science homework may have stumped some parents, international wildlife charity Born Free is putting the spotlight on a different ‘school’ – The Orangutan Foundation’s Camp in Lamandau Wildlife Reserve in Borneo.
Turn your home into a jungle with Wildeverse
Wildeverse is a narrative-driven game based on real animals living in the wild today, and the people working to protect them; bringing real apes Fio, Buka, Chilli and Aida living in the wilds of Congo and Borneo into your home.
2019: A good year for animal conservation
To spread festive cheer and hope to animal lovers around the world this holiday season, here are 19 conservation successes for 2019 shared by international wildlife charity Born Free…
Shamwari Diaries: Epilogue
Arriving back home from South Africa, it felt like the most exciting adventure of my life had come to an end. Find out how the experience has shaped the decade of my life that followed.
World Animal Day 2019 – Gerhana the orphan orangutan
Gerhana the orangutan orphan – World Animal Day 2019. Gerhana the orangutan orphan has lived through terrible experiences, and the traces of his sad past are still visible on the x-ray: He has a cartridge case stuck in his body.
The Dominant Male: Guest post by young conservationist Bella Lack
This month’s guest blog post comes from 15-year-old wildlife campaigner Bella Lack. Bella describes her unforgettable close encounter with a male orangutan… We stood in
Gorillas in the wild; and how to help them stay that way! — Guest post by Dan Richardson
Last month saw the exciting announcement that the Remembering Wildlife book series, responsible for the highly acclaimed Remembering Elephants and Remembering Rhinos titles, will be dedicating
Nat Geo’s Trimates: Primate poaching, problems and protection
I can’t get Racing Extinction out of my head. I think that’s the point of a documentary like that, of course, and it must be