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Female hen harrier flying low

Image: Graham Catley

You can help nature by supporting our appeals.

Find out about our efforts to protect and expand special places for wildlife. You'll be amazed by the range of campaigns and appeals you can get involved in. With your support, we can work to give nature a home.

Hen harrier appeal

Harried to the edge of extinction in England, hen harriers need your help - before it's too late. More...

Hen harrier appeal

Storm appeal

In December last year the north Norfolk coast was assaulted by a lethal combination of onshore winds, high spring tides and a storm surge. We urgently need to repair the damage at Titchwell Marsh before the predicted high tides this autumn and winter. More...

Storm appeal

Priority Species Recovery Fund

We've identified 44 'priority bird species' to focus on. We have project proposals to help these birds that are ready to get started. Yet the money simply isn't there to do all that needs to be done. Can you help? More...

Priority Species Recovery Fund

Homes for Nature Fund

It's official. Nature is more under threat than ever before. And together we've done so much to protect and save birds and wildlife. But today, nature needs us more than ever. Nature needs us to change before it's too late. More...

Homes for Nature Fund

Save the spoon-billed sandpiper

As its name suggests, the spoon-billed sandpiper is a remarkable species. It's a tiny wading bird - about the size of a house sparrow - with a uniquely-shaped beak. These birds are dying at a shocking rate, and extinction looks likely within the next decade if urgent action is not taken. Please help. More...

Save the spoon-billed sandpiper