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BirdLife International is the world’s largest nature conservation partnership and the world leader in bird conservation.
We believe in a world rich in biodiversity where people and nature live in harmony.
We offer that hope for the future of the planet but we need your help to achieve it.
BirdLife International Registered charity number 1042125
Bird migration is one of nature’s wonders. Tragically, every year millions of birds are slaughtered during their journeys. Together we can stop this. Become a donor and stop the slaughter today.
"looking to future disappearance cherished birds I want to support the increased building of sanctuaries for at-risk migrants nightingale, warblers, etc supplying food & security to ensure survival"
Stean Anthony donated
"Donation and support from CZIP employees"
Center for Protection and Research of Birds CZIP donated
€1,000.00 + €0.00 Gift Aid
"Keep up the great work"
Sean & Beverley donated
£1,000.00 + £250.00 Gift Aid
"Great cause. Good luck with the challenges."
Peter Eerdmans donated
£100.00 + £25.00 Gift Aid
"Please Stop The Cruel Illegal Killing and Illegal Trapping Of Millions Of Migrating Birds Across The Mediterranean - Thank You :)"
Alena Kacal has raised $19,833.20 so far
I'm We are fundraising for Champions of the Flyway for Alena Kacal because We want to protect the miracle of migration.
BirdLife International has raised $11,576.72 so far
BirdLife Preventing Extinctions Programme
In it to Linnet has raised $9,951.65 so far
I'm We are fundraising for bird conservation for In it to Linnet because sometimes birds need some extra love.
BirdLife International has raised $6,276.53 so far
Save Jankowski's Bunting Appeal
EWA Secretariat has raised $6,190.62 so far
I'm Help give a voice to the love of birds, for EWA Secretariat because conservation only works when we stand together
Milosz Cousens has raised $3,700.01 so far
I'm We are fundraising for Champions of the Flyway for Milosz Cousens because wish to protect the miracle of bird migration