The work at Flamborough Bird Observatory is undertaken by a team of dedicated volunteers. By becoming a Friend, you’ll join a growing community of like-minded people determined to establish Flamborough as one of the UK’s best birding destinations. You’ll be helping to fund a vital series of conservation projects, as well as the production of the Annual Report. In return, you’ll receive a range of benefits, including:
- ‘WhatsApp’ messages letting you know about the discovery of all rare and scarce birds the moment they are found.
- Exclusive access to the photographic hide at Thornwick Pools that gives unprecedented views of passage waders amongst others.
- Free copy of the annual Bird Report. It contains a gallery of stunning photographs and features artwork from a range of the UK’s leading bird artists.
- Regular newsletters keeping Friends up to date with what’s going on.
- Access to a series of exciting social events held throughout the year.
- The chance to volunteer in practical tasks designed to improve the habitat and fortunes of Flamborough’s wildlife.
In addition, part of your subscription will go towards vitally important conservation work.
Completing a Gift Aid Declaration will mean that the Observatory will be able to reclaim tax from HMRC meaning an addition 25p for each and every pound of your subscription.
Download the application form below:
Friends of Flamborough Bird Observatory Application Form and Gift Aid Declaration
Single Friend – £25
Family Friend – £35
EXCLUSIVE OFFER: Young Friends of Flamborough Bird Observatory
If you are 13-21 years old, you are eligible for a free ‘digital’ observatory Friendship. This will entitle you to receive the same ‘electronic’ package as our normal membership i.e. email updates, newsletters and exclusive access to our WhatsApp Group providing information on latest sightings, find out about how Observatory work is carried out;
You are eligible to receive the same ‘electronic’ package as our normal membership i.e. email updates, newsletters and exclusive access to our WhatsApp Group providing information on latest sightings, learn alongside a mentor to help develop your fieldcraft/bird identification, participate in conservation work to improve habitats or assist the work of the ringing team.
All of these could help bolster your CV if looking at a career in conservation. You will also be able to purchase a copy of the latest annual Bird Report at the reduced rate of £10.
PLEASE NOTE – Parental consent and proof of age may be required.
Contact our Friends Secretary for details via email: email@example.com