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    By joining our World Bird Club you will become an important part of the biggest conservation movement on the planet. Together BirdLife has over 13 million supporters, manages over 4 million ha of land, and unites over 7,400 professional conservationists. As a member of our World Bird Club you’ll make a real difference for threatened wildlife all across the planet. You’ll also enjoy receiving World Birdwatch magazine four times per year, which includes:

    • Articles written by leading experts in birds and biodiversity.
    • Stunning photographs by leading wildlife photographers.
    • Insights into conservation projects straight from the field.


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    BirdLife International is a powerful organisation. For 50 years I’ve supported its work, mostly in the Middle East, where Arab nations are actively moving conservation forward. It’s a similar story the world over. World Birdwatch magazine is a great way to learn more about BirdLife’s work – full of hope, you’ll soon be a fan".

    Richard Porter, UK

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    Sign up now and get our quarterly magazine full of articles written by leading experts, bringing you exciting and informed insights into bird conservation projects straight from the field. It includes 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. Join Now!

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Join the World Bird Club

The cost to join the World Bird Club is from just £30 per year, which includes four copies of World Birdwatch magazine each year. You can purchase membership for yourself, or as a gift for someone else.

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  • 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.

    Find out more about the Rare Bird Club of BirdLife International. 

  • Become a Champion

    BirdLife Species Champions help fund and promote action for specific Globally Threatened Birds as well as local actions to ensure no more bird extinctions ever occur.

    It is a sobering thought that if you are thirty years old or more, 21 bird species have already gone extinct in your lifetime.

    You can find out more about becoming a BirdLife species Champion or you can apply directly by writing to species.champions@birdlife.org

  • Join a BirdLife Partner

    BirdLife hasPartners in 120 Countries and Territoriesand each is a charitable, membership-based organisation. You can help protect birds, people and nature in any one of these countries by supporting them directly.

    Join the Birdlife Partner in your own country.

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