BirdLife International’s Cookie Policy

How does BirdLife International use cookies?

Like many websites, BirdLife International uses cookies (small data files saved to your computer) to help the site work better for you and to help us understand how you use it. Some of these cookies might have been set already. Cookies are set for a number of reasons such as to help us analyse our site so we can improve it and to help third parties advertising on the BirdLife site to monitor the effectiveness of their adverts.

When someone visits, we collect standard internet log information and user behaviour details to help us determine the number of people visiting various parts of the site.

This data does not personally identify any site users. 

Cookies are also set when you use any of the social media sharing buttons on our site (to post on Facebook, for example); BirdLife has no control over the cookie policies of third-party social media sites. 

Your web browser allows you to control which cookies your computer will and won’t accept – use the ‘Help’ menu in your browser window to find out more. 

If you continue to use, we’ll assume you’re happy with the cookies that we setand agree with this policy.