We will use our science to find ways to better manage land, coasts and seas, meeting the needs of both birds and people.
Informing solutions to enhance bird populations through monitoring and research, focusing on the most important causes of biodiversity loss and the greatest opportunities for positive change.
Growing the number and diversity of people involved in securing the future of birds and nature through active engagement with our work, and equipping them with an understanding of the value of science and scientific discovery.
Our 2023–30 strategy will be delivered through six action areas:
We will ensure that everyone who works with us feels valued, and knows they are playing an important role in tackling the biodiversity and climate crises.
We will use our science to track the impacts of, and inform responses to, future climate change and new environmental threats to birds.
Birds, Science, People; it is a powerful combination – will you be part of it?