BirdLife Partners

Together we are 119 BirdLife Partners worldwide – one per country or territory – and growing. As the world’s largest nature conservation Partnership you can find us from large countries like Canada to small, remote Pacific island states like Palau,

Each Partner is an independent not-for-profit, non-governmental organisation or NGO. Most Partners are best known outside of the Partnership by their organisation’s name. In the United States the BirdLife Partner is Audubon. In the UK it is RSPB, the Royal Society for Protection of Birds. In India it is the Bombay Natural History Society, all amongst the oldest national conservation organisations in the world.  

This allows each Partner to maintain its individual national identity within the global Partnership.

Together, BirdLife Partners large and small have had a tremendous positive impact on the environment of their countries and the world. More than half of the Partners are dynamic organisations in developing economies where efforts to conserve nature are most needed.

Perhaps you might recognise some of the 119 BirdLife International Partners from their logos below?

BirdLife NGOs that are Partners/Affiliates are in dark green/light green; BirdLife Direct Action Programmes are in light green/grey.


You can find the BirdLife Partners alphabetically by Country/Territory below. You can select a list of Partners for a particular region by clicking on region in the list.

These logos represent NGOs/civil society organisations and not nations or states.