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Speak out for gray wolves

There's still time to help gray wolves! The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) has proposed removing the gray wolf from the list of species that receive federal protection under the Endangered Species Act. But, in response to public pressure, FWS is holding a series of public hearings in Denver, CO, Sacramento, CA, Albuquerque, NM, and Pinetop, AZ. Make your voice heard if you live nearby! FWS has also extended the public comment period until December 17. Submit a comment to tell FWS why the vulnerable gray wolf must continue to receive protection under the Endangered Species Act.

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Hyena update from Ethiopian Wildlife Center

Three hyenas are settling into their new lives at Born Free's wildlife center, Ensessakotteh, in Ethiopia. Rescuing the center's first-ever hyenas—Matama, Tigeste, and Uwerr—has been rewarding, but challenging. Matama spends his time socializing with his best friend, Nolan: a large dog who lives at the center. Tigeste was nervous upon arrival, but has relaxed a bit. We fear that Uwerr, however, may be blind—and we eagerly await our upcoming visit with an eye doctor. Despite adjustments and obstacles, we'll continue to do everything in our power to improve these hyenas' lives. Read our Ethiopia country director's full update on their developments here.

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BFF's 2013 World Tourism Award

We're proud to announce that Born Free Foundation has received a 2013 World Tourism Award! Announced in New York and awarded in London at the World Travel Market, Born Free Foundation was selected for commitment to conservation, sustainable tourism development, and providing opportunities for the travel industry to teach local communities to peacefully coexist with animals. Born Free's efforts were recognized for “ensuring the enjoyment of wildlife in their natural habitat for generations to come.” What an honor!

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Compassionate credit cards

Remember to help animals while you shop! You can help save wildlife every day when you use your 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! Apply for a Born Free USA Visa® Platinum Rewards Card today!

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Parrot Confidential

In the U.S., birds represent the largest population of captive wildlife—and, globally they're the 4th most popular animal kept as a ‘pet.' Finally, a documentary gives voice to captive birds! Parrot Confidential, produced by Emmy Award winning documentary film producer, Allison Argo, explores the challenges and risks of keeping exotic birds as ‘pets.' Catch it at 8:00ET on November 13 on PBS-Nature and get inspired for National Bird Day on January 5!

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