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Protect rare species: on land and in the sea by active conservation projects

Save rare birds: by caring for them and rehabilitating them

Improve habitat: by constructing water points, marine reefs, planting trees

Campaign: through representations in other bodies, and by pressing the authorities for improvements in ways of protecting the environment

Advise: by sharing our wealth of experience and expertise with planners and developers to help them care for the valuable land in their trust

Research: into changes in the environment, migration, pollution, in order that our actions and campaigns be based on sound knowledge

Share: the experience of wildlife with people of all ages - especially the young - to help create wisdom and hope for the future

Experience Nature for yourself.

The Gibraltar Ornithological and Natural History Society is active in a wide range of areas to do with nature.


Membership is open to all who support the aims of the Society. Members will receive free the Society's magazine, the bi-annual Gibraltar Nature News and the bird report. They may participate in society activities, use the Gibraltar Natural History Field Centre on the Upper Rock.

Subscriptions (due on 1st April) are:

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Although there is no formal section, there is certainly information and advise available to persons interested in other aspects of natural history, reptiles and amphibians, for example. GONHS is also involved in the monitoring of pollution, and the disposal of toxic waste. And of course, nature cannot be subdivided, and many of us have broad interests that cut across the above. We encourage the wider ecological approach. This is why there is no formal membership of any of the groups or sections - you simply belong to one Society and can choose which activities you take part in.

The action we take now will shape our environment for the next 100 years and beyond.

Thank you for your support