• Supporters

      As well as the SDFBI lead partners, there are also a number of other organisations who support the Initiative and are involved with various aspects of its work.  Supporting organisations are listed below, click the logos to go to their websites.

      BTO - Looking out for birds 

      British Trust for Ornithology (BTO)

      Looking out for birds? Share your interest in birds with others by being part of the BTO. Volunteer surveyors, members and staff work in partnership to provide unbiased information about birds and their habitats.

      Campaign for the Farmed Environment (CFE) 

      Campaign for the Farmed Environment (CFE)

      The Campaign for the Farmed Environment (CFE) is encouraging farmers and land managers across England to look after and enhance the environmental value of farmland, through measures that sit alongside productive agriculture.

      Sussex Coordinator: Prim Duplessis, tel: 07580 004645, e-mail: prim.duplessis@cfeonline.org.uk

      Hampshire Coordinator: Peter Thompson, tel: 07710 344340, e-mail: peter.thompson@cfeonline.org.uk


      Country Landowner and Business Association 

      Country Landowner and Business Association (CLA)

      The CLA is the only organisation specifically defending landowner’s rights, working to influence Government solely on behalf of owners of rural land - from the smallest acreage to the largest estate, property and business, giving the rural economy a voice.  This is achieved through political lobbying, influencing Europe, working behind the scenes before public political announcement, briefing all politicians, press coverage, leading rural debates and representing and giving trusted advice to our members at a local and national level.

      Hampshire Ornithological Society

      Hampshire Ornithological Society (HOS)

      The Hampshire Ornithological Society (HOS) records and publishes information about wild birds in the county of Hampshire, England. 

      National Farmers Union 

      National Farmers Union (NFU)

      The NFU champions British farming and provides professional representation and services to its Farmer and Grower members.

      Sussex Ornithological Society

      Sussex Ornithological Society (SOS)

      Formed in 1962 by a small group of young people, the Sussex Ornithological Society has grown to become one of the largest county bird clubs in Great Britain with current membership exceeding 1700.

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