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Happy holidays and thank you to Nadia!!! Born Free is 25 in 2009!!

From all at Born Free Foundation and the projects which we support, we would like to wish you all the best for the holidays and for the New Year!! 

A special thank you goes out to Nadia K who has made her second donation, this time of $75 – your continued support is so appreciated and you can be assured that this will significantly benefit the projects in the coming year.  Thank you and merry Christmas!!!!!!

2009 is the 25th anniverary of the Born Free Foundation and we have a very special appeal with regards to the Ethiopian Wildlife Rescue, Conservation and Education Centre which is featured on this blog – we are hoping to raise the much needed funds to support the Ethiopian Wildlife Conservation Authority and provide resecue, rehabilitation and lifetime care facilities to a number of animals including Sheba and Menelik the cheetahs, the Italian lions and of course the Dolo lion

Please visit http://www.bornfree.org.uk/give/new-year-appeal/ and donate any funds you can, this is a massive project for Born Free and one we feel can significantly improve the lives of many individual animals as well as the conservation of species in Ethiopia.  Many thanks.

Thank you too all who read the blog and to all those who have donated to the projects in 2008 – we are looking forward to a very active New Year as Born Free and all the projects featured on Wildlife Direct continue to keep wildlife in the wild!!!!!

Many thanks to you all,

Andrina and the team at the Born Free Foundation

Thank you again!!

The Born Free blog has been going for almost 2 months now and we would just like to say a big thank you to all those who are reading the blog and subscribing to the email!! 

Also, special thanks must go to Linda M (whose funds will be directed to African lions), Elizabeth D, Holly A and Sarah K ($20 of which will care for Dolo!) who have all donated fantastic amounts – these funds will be very much appreciated!! 

Thank you, we could not keep wildlife in the wild without people like you supporting fieldworkers on the front line of conservation.