Wild Beautiful Free partners with The Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund!
We're over the moon excited to partner with The Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund! In 1967, Dr. Dian Fossey founded the Karisoke™ Research Center in Rwanda’s Virunga mountains to protect and study the endangered mountain gorillas. Although Fossey’s life was cut short, her work has continued through the Karisoke Research Center and grown into conservation efforts for other wildlife and programs for people who live near the gorillas. The gorillas depend on us for their protection and their future. They also depend on people like you, who care enough to do something about it.
Wild Beautiful Free is Growing!
Raise your trunks up! With your support, the Wild Beautiful Free community recently surpassed 10K follows on Facebook and over 3K on Instagram! We want to take a moment to thank YOU for all the likes, comments, shares, and tags. We seriously LOVE you guys!!! And, a big shout-out to our partners at The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust for providing a safe haven for orphaned elephants, rhinos, and hippos. Let's continue to make the future better together!
Sending out Peace & Love today!
Some days are just hard 🙈 If you're having a bad day, we hope this picture helps put a little smile on your face. Everyone has rough days - just remember, this too shall pass... We hope you find some peace knowing you're not alone in this world 🌎 And if you feel especially alone right now, we're sending out virtual hugs and love to anyone who might need it!
Happy Father's Day!
This Father’s Day, we want to take time to honor the men who show up, who love, who mentor, and who care. Life is short, spread love and hope!
Give Peace to Western Lowland Gorillas
This baby is an endangered Western Lowland Gorilla. Newborns are small, weighing just 4 to 5 pounds on average. Infants ride on their mothers' backs for up to 3 years of their lives. Young Western Lowland Gorillas spend most of their day climbing trees, playing, and chasing one another. They often remind human observers of children. Unfortunately, these beauties are under siege. Hunting, habitat destruction, and disease have reduced populations to alarmingly low levels. We’ve lost more than 60% of their population over the last 20 years. Even if all of the threats to Western Lowland Gorillas were removed, scientists...