BirdLife International is a global partnership of conservation organisations (NGOs) that strives to conserve birds, their habitats and global biodiversity. Together they are 121 BirdLife Partners worldwide – one per country or territory – and growing. 

Like many of the BirdLife partners you can join to support the work of BirdLife International by signing up as a member. The World Bird Club members get the current pin badge on left, previous pin badges are below. Join using the link below:

The RSPB, the UK BirdLife partner, have worked with various BirdLife partners on several projects. Examples of these badges can be found on the RSPB page - Click here.

RSPB being the leading producer of badges, several designs have been shared with other Birdlife organisations to place on their own backing cards. For these organisations I have uploaded just a handful as examples.

Birdlife Page 1 - Australia to Ireland 

Argentina - Aves Argentinas (AOP)

Aves Argentinas / Asociación Ornitológica del Plata, is an Argentine non-profit environmental organization dedicated to conservation and birdwatching. Created in 1916, it is the oldest environmental organization in South America.


Birdlife Australia

BirdLife Australia is the nation's largest independent, not-for-profit bird conservation organisation. Starting as far back as 1901 as the Australasian Ornithologist's Union before merging with Birds Australia in 2012 to create the primary Birdlife Australia. 


Birdlife Australia pin badges can be found here:

 Limited Edition KBA pin pack -

The set includes five pins, a trigger species from each KBA in Danger. Limited to 100 sets.


Birdlife Western Australia

One of BirdLife Australia's main branches BirdLife Western Australia covers the entire state of Western Australia, as well as Cocos (Keeling) Islands, Christmas Island and Ashmore Reef.

For more information about the available badges:

Bangladesh - Sundarbans Finfoot Research Project 

The Project (in collaboration with the Bangladesh Forest Department) was to educate native people to the endangered Masked Finfoot. It supported by the The Rufford Foundation in 2011 and by the Oriental Bird Club in 2013-2014.


The pin badge was produced in collaboration with RSPB / Birdlife.

Belarus - Birdlife Belarus (APB)

APB is a leading nature conservation NGO in Belarus possessing more then 10 regional branches and more then 2000 members all over the country. They have just one pin produced.

Belgium - Vogelbescherming Vlaanderen 


Vogelbescherming Vlaanderen (Bird Protection Belgium) have a range of pins available (RSPB designs). They can be can be found here:

Bulgaria - Bulgarian Society for the Protection of Birds

The Bulgarian Society for the Protection of Birds (BSPB) is the biggest non-governmental organisation (NGO) in Bulgaria dedicated to the biodiversity conservation.

Other pins available on these backing cards of RSPB design.

Life+ Save Raptors - BSPB

Cyprus - BirdLife Cyprus

BirdLife Cyprus was formed in 2003 through the amalgamation of the two Cyprus Ornithological Societies. The main aims of BirdLife Cyprus are the protection and study of the birds of Cyprus and their habitats.

Pins can be purchased from the link, however they currently don't come on backing cards:

Czech - Czech Society for Ornithology (CSO)

Czech Society for Ornithology (CSO) is a non-governmental organisation uniting birdwatchers, nature lovers, amateurs and professionals interested in the research and protection of birds. CSO is the Czech national Partner of BirdLife International.

Pins can be purchased from the link, however they are of RSPB design:

Ecuador - Jocotoco Foundation

The "Fundación de Conservación Jocotoco" is a ecuadorian non-governmental organisation (NGO), it was created in 1998 with the aim to protect areas of critical importance for the conservation of endemic and threatened bird species of Ecuador, which are not under protection of SNAP ("Sistema Nacional de Áreas Protegidas).

The below pins are available on Spanish backing cards.

Estonia – Estonian Ornithological Society (EOS)

The Estonian Ornithological Society (EOS) is a voluntary association and was founded on 1 May 1921. The EOS became a full member and partner of Birdlife International in 2000 and consists of more than 400 members.



EOS have a range of pins available (RSPB designs):

Falklands – Falklands Conservation

Falklands Conservation is a non-governmental organisation working to protect all the wildlife in the Falkland Islands for future generations. They have a range of designs, mainly penguin species.

Find more at the Falklands page


You purchase your badges here:

Finland – BirdLife Finland (Suomi)

BirdLife Finland is an organisation of 30 Finnish bird societies. It aims to promote bird watching, bird research and the protection of birds, their habitats and biological diversity. The member societies of BirdLife Finland have over 13 000 members.

Top row shows older backing card and bottom the mpst recent update.

Other pins available on these backing cards of RSPB design.

Logo available:

The rest not yet available online, released in the UK in limited numbers by the RSPB.

France - Ligue pour la Protection des Oiseaux (LPO)

Ligue pour la Protection des Oiseaux (League for the Protection of Birds) is the Birdlife French Partner. Their logo pin can be purchased here:

Germany - German Nature Conservation Society  (Naturschutzbund Deutschland or NABU)

The Naturschutzbund Deutschland (NABU) is a German non-governmental organisation dedicated to conservation at home and abroad, including the protection of rivers, forests and individual species of animals.


Greece - Hellenic Ornithological Society (HOS)

The Hellenic Ornithological Society is a Greek non-governmental body exclusively concerned with the protection of wild birds and their habitats in Greece.

Other pins available on these backing cards of RSPB design.

The place to purchase badges can be found here:

Hong Kong Bird Watching Society


Hong Kong Bird Watching Society lapel pins can be found here:

Hungary - Magyar Madártani és Természetvédelmi Egyesület (MME)

MME is the leading non-profit nature conservation organisation in Hungary. The Society undertakes practical projects to conserve Hungary's biodiversity. MME campaigns for effective conservation of birds and habitats to government at a national and local level.

These are some example of the range available by the MME. More are available of RSPB design.

Iceland - Fuglavernd – BirdLife Iceland (ISPB)

BirdLife Iceland was founded in 1963, as an NGO, membership based organisation with 1300 members. The mission of the organisation is to work for the protection and conservation of Iceland's birds and their habitats and to promote enjoyment, understanding and study of birds and their habitats.

Badges can be found online -

India - Bombay Natural History Society (BNHS)

BNHS pins can acquired by supporting their Adopt a Rare Species campaign:

Ireland - BirdWatch Ireland

BirdWatch Ireland (BWI) is a voluntary conservation organisation devoted to the conservation and protection of wild birds and their habitats in Ireland. It was formerly known as the Irish Wildbird Conservancy.

Pins, of RSPB design, can be purchased online in mixed lots -

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