Become a Proud Member of the
Belize Audubon Society Today!

The Belize Audubon Society is a membership organization that was founded in 1969. We are involved in enhancing the development of Belize's natural resources through protected areas management, environmental education, advocacy, community development, and research programs. If you are not already a member of the Belize Audubon Society, we invite you to join us today. You will make all the difference when you join or renew your membership.

Joining BAS is a Wise Investment in the Future of Belize's Resources.

When you join the Belize Audubon Society you will be joining more than 1,400 people who have made a commitment to support the quality management of Belize's protected areas, environmental education for youth and stakeholders, advocacy for stronger policies that govern conservation, and research that informs decision makers.

Why I Decided to Join the Belize Audubon Society

A proud member of the Belize Audubon Society!"There is no other society like it," says Rudi Burgos who has been a BAS member since the 1970s. Mr. Rudi's interest in birds started when he was a student at St. John's College, watching egrets outside the classroom. Today he enjoys participating in recreational opportunities, such as bird watching trips, with other BAS members. The Society is an organization for the people, and becoming a member allows Belizeans "to become aligned with an organization that cares for the environment."

 

Membership Levels and Benefits

Membership Levels

Level Category Cost (BZD)
Kids (12 and Under) Butterfly $10-14
Jr. Protector Sea Turtle $15-19
Protector Nassau Grouper $20-49
Family Kinkajou $50-99
Patron* Ocelot $100-349
Guardian* Jaguar $350-599
Bronze* Red-Footed Booby $600-999
Silver* Scarlet Macaw $1,000-3,999
Gold* Golden Showers Orchid $4,000-9,999
Platinum* Jabiru $10,000+

Members who contribute more than $250 per year are eligible to receive a receipt/letter confirming their contribution.

*Non-nationals may join at this level.

Download the membership form and return it to the Belize Audubon Society once completed, along with a check or money order.