RSPB Gift Membership
The perfect gift for bird lovers & nature lovers
The RSPB speaks out for birds and wildlife, tackling the problems that threaten our environment. It is the largest wildlife conservation organisation in Europe with over one million members.
Wildlife and the environment face many threats. The RSPB's work is focussed on the species and habitats that are in the greatest danger. Its work is driven by the passionate belief that: - birds and wildlife enrich people's lives; the health of bird populations is indicative of the health of the planet, on which the future of the human race depends; we all have a responsibility to protect wildlife.
Give them a gift membership to the RSPB for £50 for the year
Ongoing benefits include a further three issues of the RSPB members' magazine and unlimited entry to all ourof the RSPB's UK wildlife reserves.
When you order a gift membership, the RSPB will send you a greeting card and membership registration form. The recipient returns the completed form, and the RSPB sends them a welcome pack!
Your gift will help save wildlife - it will make a difference to wildlife in the UK and further afield. Help give nature a home!
For young people and children...
The Wildlife Explorer membership is for the under 19s, and the great thing about it is that there are benefits are tailored to the age of the recipient. There are membership packs for under 8s, 8-12 year olds, and teenagers. Every child is sent their own magazine six times a year, and there are lots of activities and competitions to get involved in!
Price includes member's pack, choice of free gift, regular magazines and entry to over 100 nature reserves. From £22 a year.
Inspire them to care and get involved!
Give a Wildlife Explorer membership
What does the RSPB do?
Among the RSPB's activities are the Big Garden Watch, held every year in January. Anyone can join in, and all you have to do is to sit for an hour, note the different types of birds in your garden or local park & then report them back to the RSPB, to help them assess bird populations. Another activity is the Big School Birdwatch, which encourages children to get to know more about nature, wildilfe & birds in particular. This has been spectacularly successful. The RSPB is also involved overseas in projects with other organisations such as BirdLife International & Burung Indonesia to help the Sumatran Tiger, whose home is under threat - it is seeking to plant 1 million trees to resurrect the Harapan Rainforest.