Sponsor a Cuckoo - follow it to Africa and back
This is an exciting and ground-breaking project but we still need funds to complete all the work planned and continue paying for satellite data retrieval each month. You can play a vital part in making this project a success by sponsoring a Cuckoo.
Sponsor a Cuckoo
As a sponsor, you'll receive email updates on your Cuckoos progress, including when they arrive in Africa and return to the UK in spring, and can chose to have your name added to the sponsors page. Please let us know if you would like your name displayed. Note: This is all online, we do not send anything physical in the post. You can either:
- Become a sponsor for as little as £2 a month via Direct Debit.
- Or make a one-off donation. Scroll down this page and choose your Cuckoo from the pictures below to make a single donation of £10 or more.
Sponsoring for someone else
If you wish to sponsor a Cuckoo in the name of someone else, please email fundraising [at] bto.org with the sponsor's name and email address, once your payment has been made. We will then contact them to see if they are happy to receive the email updates and wish their name to be added to the sponsors page.
* excluding VAT.
Cuckoos seeking sponsors
Named by the Suffolk Wildlife Trust as he was tagged at Carlton Marshes in Lowestoft, part of the beautiful Suffolk Broads and a nature reserve managed by the Trust.Sponsor Carlton II
Thank you for choosing to support our research.
Thanks also to the main funders: The BBC Wildlife Fund, those who supported the BTO Raffle 2010 and Essex & Suffolk Water who have supported the project.
Another way you can help is by becoming a BTO member. Membership subscriptions provide unrestricted income that helps to fund research projects like the cuckoo tracking project. Members receive regular updates on our survey and research work via our regular members magazine BTO News. Support our projects by becoming a member today and stay up-to-date with all our latest news.
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