Join our Bird clubs
You can join our international nature loving community and read about the latest BirdLife conservation stories in the quarterly World BirdWatch magazine whilst supporting our global work.
BirdLife’s World Bird Club
When you join the Club you will receive our quarterly magazine World Birdwatch. World Birdwatch is full of articles written by leading experts, bringing you exciting and informed insights into bird conservation projects straight from the field. Stunning photographs by leading wildlife photographers capture the vivid beauty of some of the world's rarest birds and the spectacular places where they live.
The cost for joining to receive quarterly issues of World Birdwatch magazine is £30 per year.
A special subscription rate of just £15 per year is available to members of the following BirdLife Partners - RSPB (UK), LPO (France), LIPU (Italy), SEO (Spain), SPEA (Portugal) and Students.
For anyone who would like to contribute further to BirdLife's work then there are additional subscription categories for you to include a donation element in support of conservation work.
|Supporting subscription:||£60 per year|
|Sustaining subscription:||£170 per year|
|Sponsor subscription:||£250 per year|
|Contributor subscription:||£500 per year|
|Guardian subscription:||£1,000 per year|
How to subscribe
We are working on providing you with a secure on line subscription payment facility which is not yet currently available. In the meantime please bear with us and simply print out the subscription form below, fill in the page, sign and post to us at the address below. Please remember to enclose your cheque or credit/payment card details and tick the appropriate subscription rate.
- NEW: Subscribe or Renew using Paypal
- Existing members - Renewal form (pdf)
- World Birdwatch subscription form for new members (pdf)
World Birdwatch Magazine Subscriptions
IBRS/CCRI NUMBER: PHQ-D/9354/CB
Cambridge CB3 0NA
Or email it at firstname.lastname@example.org
BirdLife’s Rare Bird Club
The Rare Bird Club is an Exclusive international community of concerned individuals who are determined to make a difference.
Through BirdLife International, it provides the resources which help to deliver successful projects to reverse the global decline in species and improve the quality of peoples’ lives. Its contribution helps to ensure the long-term investment that is essential for sustainable conservation.