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About SongBird Survival

Willow TitSongBird Survival is an independent, UK-wide, environmental bird charity that funds research into the alarming decline in Britain’s much cherished songbirds. With your support we hope to draw attention to the plight of our song and other small birds and fund research into the causes of their decline in order to help promote solutions to restore songbird numbers.

Your membership and donations help to support our research programme and add weight to our work with other organisations. With this support we hope to help save our songbirds before it’s too late.

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What we do?

Improve, protect and preserve, for the benefit of the public and national biodiversity, the population of song and other small birds in the British Isles Commission scientific research into the causes of the current catastrophic decline of some of our song and other small bird populations Work with like-minded organisations to highlight the plight of our song and other small bird populations Promote the conservation of natural and semi natural habitats in which our song and other small birds live Advance the science of ornithology and in particular the study of song and other small birds Contribute to the national evidence base by commissioning targeted scientific research into areas where scientific evidence is currently sparse, inadequate or lacking

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A rich resilient and balanced UK song and other small bird population

Our Aim

To improve, sustain or halt the decline of song and other small bird populations across the British Isles

Our Goal

Restoration of the UK’s song and other small bird populations to mid-20th century levels

 


As a charity we receive no government funding. All our work is only possible with the aid of memberships and private donations,please help us continue this important work, our membership starts from as little as £20 per year.
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SongBird Survival is a charity commissioning research into the decline of Britain’s songbirds. With your support and membership we hope to reverse their decline. 
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