What we do
Together we can give nature the home it needs.
Our birds and wildlife are increasingly vulnerable in a rapidly-changing world. Together, we will create bigger, better, more joined-up spaces for nature to save our wildlife, and our shared home.
Some of our successes
Saving the albatross
Albatross deaths have declined by a massive 99%, since the Albatross Task Force started working in South Africa in 2006.
Bringing back red kites
Saved from UK extinction by one of the world’s longest running protection programmes, red kites are thriving.
Bringing back England's lost coastal landscape
Thanks to an innovative deal, we’re using earth excavated for Crossrail’s tunnels to create new wetlands in the Thames Estuary.
Working in the UK
Restoring, creating and enhancing thousands of hectares of land – reedbeds, heathland, chalk grassland and wetlands.Our work in England
Look up to the sky and you might see a red kite soaring overhead – we're bringing these majestic birds of prey back.Our work in Northern Ireland
Protecting golden eagles, otters, red squirrels, wintering geese and huge seabird colonies in this outstanding landscapeOur work in Scotland
Where problems affect our wildlife, we help. We’re part of BirdLife International, working with partners across the globe.
How we work
Our promise to our supporters
We value, listen to and protect our supporters and volunteers.Read more
Our annual review shows our total income and shows clearly how we spend it sensibly to save nature.See the details
How we’re run
We are governed by our charter and our council. We manage our affairs effectively and transparently.Find out how
Tell us what you think
We spend 90% of net income on conservation, public education and advocacy.
- £4 a month means we can plant 12 native tree saplings to help restore our woodlands for the future.
- £5 a month will employ and equip a nature reserve warden for a day to protect special places for nature.
- £7 a month provides a field teacher to give school children a wild day outdoors.