Support Saving Birds Thru Habitat!

Please help us continue our work connecting people to the beauty in the bird world and teaching them how to create habitat for birds on their property. Memberships and donations support these and other important efforts on behalf of our migratory bird populations.

Memorial and Honorary Donations are gratefully accepted. Please visit the link at the bottom of this page for donation information.

Saving Birds Thru Habitat is a qualified 501 (c)(3), nonprofit corporation. Donations to SBTH are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law.

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Chickadee - $25.00

Favorite backyard bird entertains us with its cheerful song, frenetic activity and friendly behavior.

Click here to donate $25


Bluebird - $50.00

Because this beautiful thrush was declining until thousands of nest boxes were put up, it represents the power of human involvement.

Common Yellowthroat

Common Yellowthroat - $100.00

Tiny, masked warbler which will nest in even the smallest patch of wetland is an example of how saving a little habitat can mean a lot.


Bobolink - $250.00

This long distance migrant, whose joyful song bubbles over summer meadows, represents the need to preserve fallow fields.

Piping Plover

Piping Plover - $500.00

The endangered status of this pale, winsome little shorebird is a wake-up call for aiding those species experiencing population declines.


Loon - $1000.00

Conservation for this exquisite bird with the haunting call will require providing quiet places where it can nest undisturbed.

Sandhill Crane

Sandhill Crane - $2500.00

Greater Sandhill Cranes were once down to less than a hundred in Michigan. With conservation efforts, the Great Lakes population is now well over 70,000.

Bald Eagle

Bald Eagle - $5000.00

Bald Eagle nesting pairs in the lower 48 states fell below 500 at the lowest point. Our national symbol now numbers in the tens of thousands thanks to conservation efforts.

Whooping Crane

Whooping Crane - $10,000.00

The Whooping Crane population fell to fifteen individuals in the early 1940's. Today there are more than 800 individuals and still increasing because of strict conservation efforts.