Direct Action to Conserve the World’s Most Threatened Birds

 

The Bird Conservation Fund is a newly formed U.S. non-profit dedicated to the conservation of birds and their habitats globally, with a focus on threatened and endangered species. We accomplish this through investments in direct conservation, applied research and through raising public awareness of the plight of threatened bird species.    

The Bird Conservation Fund is a volunteer led organization. We work with both small and large organizations around the globe to identify opportunities where small investments can make a big difference. Our network of conservation professionals work to advance our mission of protecting threatened populations of species.  

The Bird Conservation Fund invests in individuals and small organizations who can produce tangible results.  We use a variety of funding mechanisms, including social media campaigns to raise small donations that support bird conservation close to the ground. We ensure that 100% of these project funds go directly to funding conservation. With more than 1,400 globally threatened bird species, and numerous conservation priorities on every continent, there are no lack of important projects to consider.  

Please support our projects, and please join us in our mission.

 
 
Juan Fernández Firecrown is a critically-endangered hummingbird found only on Isla Róbinson Crusoe in Chile.  It is the only hummingbird species that is endemic to just one island. © Island Conservation

Juan Fernández Firecrown is a critically-endangered hummingbird found only on Isla Róbinson Crusoe in Chile.  It is the only hummingbird species that is endemic to just one island. © Island Conservation

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The Philippine Eagle is the largest extant eagle in the world and the national symbol of the Philippines.  The bird is Critically Endangered and on the verge of extinction. (Photo courtesy of Sinisa Djordje Majetic)

The Philippine Eagle is the largest extant eagle in the world and the national symbol of the Philippines.  The bird is Critically Endangered and on the verge of extinction. (Photo courtesy of Sinisa Djordje Majetic)

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Banner photo: A colony of Greater Crested Terns like this one can draw endangered Chinese Crested Terns.
(Photo courtesy of Fan Zhongyong)