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BID: The Art of Wildlife Conservation: A Cocktail Reception to Benefit Born Free USA


Friday, May 2, 6:00pm to 8:30pm
Taglialatella Galleries 
231 Tenth Ave, New York City

Join us for an elegant evening of wine, fine art, and compassionate conservation. An auction featuring luxury items will benefit Born Free USA's global animal protection efforts. RSVP required to by April 30. You may bring guests.

Can't make it to New York? You can still participate by placing an absentee bid on our wonderful auction items. To bid, click the idyllic picture above.

Charitable contributions welcomed.

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ACT: Change a Life. Adopt a Primate.


Will you "adopt" a primate at the Born Free USA Primate Sanctuary? Adoptions help us provide the monkeys with nutritious food, expert care, and critical rehabilitation. Adoption packages are available for $25, $52, or $100 per year, or become a Primate Sustainer with a monthly contribution of $10 or more. You can adopt Mig, Carly, Grinch, Khy, Nala, or Friendly. Adopt today and give the gift of a brighter tomorrow!

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CELEBRATE: A Victory for Exotic Animals 


West Virginia Governor Earl Tomblin has just signed the Dangerous Wild Animals Act (H.B. 4393) into law, which will prohibit citizens from acquiring new “wild and exotic animals” as pets. Spearheaded by Born Free USA, it also addresses the problem of “roadside zoos." This victory couldn’t have happened without the support and advocacy of our West Virginia members. Your involvement really does make a difference!

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LEARN: Born Free USA in Parade Magazine


Parade Magazine online discusses 10 types of animals—from elephants, to polar bears, to bald eagles—who play important roles in the survival of our planet. Adam M. Roberts, CEO of Born Free USA, contributes his expertise throughout, stressing that “each animal has an intrinsic value.” Be sure to click the pink “Launch Gallery” button to see the list of animals—with Roberts’ commentary!

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ACT: "Fur for the Animals" Drive Extended to
June 30


“Fur for the Animals” is a donation drive to collect clothing items made from animal fur and donate them to wildlife rescue and rehabilitation centers across the country. The facilities will use them to provide comfort, warmth, and bedding to injured, orphaned, young, and sick wildlife in their care. Now through June 30, items can be dropped off (weekdays, 10:00am - 4:00pm) or shipped to two Born Free USA offices:  Born Free USA, 2300 Wisconsin Ave NW, Washington, DC 20007 or Born Free USA, 1220 H Street, Suite 103, Sacramento, CA 95814. (PHOTO: Wildlife Rescue & Rehabilitation, TX / Ashley Kees)

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