adopt-A-Warbler

You can contribute to conservation work by adopting an aquatic warbler. Your donation will help insure that the warbler and its neighbors will have a bright future, and will support the protection of critical habitats in Lithuania, Belarus and other European countries that these birds call home. 

Donate and become a part of the conservation effort of Europe’s rarest songbird. Adopt an aquatic warbler today and receive one of our special adoption packages.

Adoption fee is 50-200 euros.

Package 1. 100 Euros – A handmade felted aquatic warbler figurine, certificate of adoption, picture and card describing species

Package 2. 100 Euros – Certificate of adoption, picture and card describing species, and I am protecting the aquatic warbler flag 

Package 3. 200 Euros – A handmade felted aquatic warbler figurine, framed certificate of adoption, picture and card describing species, and I am protecting the aquatic warbler flag

Package 4. 50 Euros – Certificate of adoption, picture and card describing species


Packages

Or, use this link here to donate an amount of your choice directly to the project.

   

Protect the Aquatic Warbler buying special shirt

By buying a shirt you support the Baltic Environmental Forum’s efforts in protecting the endangered aquatic warbler – Europe’s rarest songbird!

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How does your donation help?

  • Environmental and habitat protection. Your donation helps us expand the territories of reconstructed habitats. This not only helps the aquatic warbler, but all of its neighbors – the double great snipe, the short-eared owl, the corn crake, the black-tailed godwit, etc.

  • Maintaining water level. Your support can help us make sure that water levels remain at suitable heights in these critical habitats. We can continue our regulations and ongoing dialogues with local residents and institutions.

  • Deals with farmers. Your donation helps our volunteers conduct routine consultations with farmers that have aquatic warblers nesting in their fields. Volunteers work with farmers to determine a field mowing time that won’t hurt the growing young of the aquatic warblers.