Animal Conservation

Bywaters are doing our part to ensure some of natures most endangered animals are Born Free through our latest collaboration.

Our partnership with Born Free

Bywaters is proud to announce our new partnership with Born Free, the leading animal conservation charity. We share the common goal of preserving and protecting the planet’s most precious animals. To demonstrate our commitment, we have redesigned five of our signature vehicles to feature animals that Born Free is dedicated to safeguarding. Every time one of our animal print vehicles completes a job, Bywaters will donate a pound to the cause.

The wrapped vehicles will embark on journeys across London, including key hotspots such as Bank and the West End. Through this initiative, we aim to create a ripple effect of compassion and awareness, inspiring individuals from all walks of life to become advocates for animal welfare. By turning our orange vehicles into moving beacons of our cause, as we strive to ignite a collective sense of responsibility towards the well-being of animals, ultimately fostering a more compassionate and empathetic society.

Keep an eye out for our special vehicles and snap a picture when you see one and send it to

Preservation and safeguarding endangered species

We are committed to the conservation and preservation of five critically endangered species on a global scale. These incredible creatures include the majestic tiger, elusive leopard, enchanting hawksbill turtle, two distinct species of giraffe, and the striking Grevy’s zebra. It is our unwavering mission to protect and restore their populations to ensure their survival for future generations.

These five species are not only vital components of our planet’s biodiversity but also serve as ambassadors for the broader need to protect and conserve wildlife and their habitats. Together with our partners and supporters, we strive to create a future where these endangered animals can thrive, free from the threats that push them towards extinction.


4500 remain

Amur Leopard

100 remain

Hawksbill turtle

8000 remain

Grevy’s Zebra

3000 remain

Kordofan Giraffe

2000 remain