Eesti Ornitoloogiaühing: "For Estonian birds!"

Eesti Ornitoloogiaühing: "For Estonian birds!"

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How does your donation help?

How does your donation help?

Estonia is a country rich in birds. Twenty million pairs of birds nest here; nearly 390 species have been encountered. We are located at an intersection of critical bird migration routes, which gives us a great responsibility for protecting them. The nesting and migrating birds of Estonia, however, will continue to face serious challenges in the future. Suitable habitats for nesting and feeding are becoming more scarce in the forests, fields and at sea. Furthermore, conditions have become more complicated in wintering grounds and along migration routes. One can no longer take for granted that a Barn Swallow will return every spring to build her nest under the rafters, or that a Corncrake will be singing in the meadow.  

Unfortunately, we can not do much to improve the conditions of birds at their African wintering grounds, but certainly, together, we can do much to ensure that Estonia remains a country rich in, and for, birds, and to foster in people a positive attitude towards them. 

With the help of your donations we can conduct important field work and research, and put the new knowledge to work to protect birds, educate and spread a message of love and respect for birds.

The Estonian Ornithological Society is included in the list of Estonian tax-exempt non-profit organisations. The donors will get back the income tax paid from their donation and the donations made by companies are tax-free. Read more about taxes: Donating and taxes.

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