You wish to support an action? Become a member? Sponsor a bird?
Or simply make a gift or a donation? You have a legacy project?
For birdlovers (like us!) and those who want to protect Birds of French Polynesia but… have no time to involve more intensely! Please, remember to write us a word in the “Message” box of the form. In this way, we will be able to thank you properly!
For you, join SOP Manu as a member is something obvious! Remember to specify the type of membership you wish to renew or to subscribe in the “Message” box.
All members, regardless of category:
– receive our quarterly review
– may attend the Annual General Meeting of the SOP
– can participate in the different actions / training courses offered
Members are those who adhere to the objectives of the association and wish to help but do not have too much time to get involved in the various actions. Adhering is already a valuable help!
Active Members are those who agree to give their time for field actions (valley maintenance, invasive species control, seabird rescue, etc.).
Donor Members or Businesses wish to assist the Association more financially in one of its programs. They receive a tax receipt if they so wish.
Members for life are those who wish to commit themselves to us forever but know full well that they will not be able to think, each year, to renew their membership!
You had a crush for a bird when you read about him in a newspaper article or when you were led on a fieldtrip with us. From that time, you dream to help him as much as you can, on a personalized way! Remember to tell us what bird you wish to sponsor. Sponsors are regularly informed of the welfare of their protected bird, with pictures (when birds are not too shy…)! Feel free to contact us for more details.
Click the name of a species to see the corresponding sheet.
Thank you so much to Renaud for sponsoring Billiou in 2018!
Greats thanks to Hélène, Luc&Monique, Christiane, Te Fetia o Te Mau Mato, Renée, Cédric, Renaud, Aito Rando, Catherine, Denise&Robert, Bruno, Véronique, Ludwig, Helen Anne, Carol&Norbert, Cathy&Daniel and Helen for their generous gifts in 2018!
Fatu Hiva Monarch (Photo Thomas Ghestemme)
Special thanks to Roberto, Renaud, Jacques, Luc, Catherine, Gill&François, Pascal&Christelle and Carine, for their true supporting during 2018 !
Tuamotu Kingfisher (Photos Thomas Ghestemme)
And of course, a big huge to Catherine and Céline for their generous involvment to the “kote’ute’u” 2018 rescue!
You sincerely want to help us pursuing our protection and conservation efforts for a specific species and its habitat. Specify the action you want to support in the “Message” box. Some actions are shown in the right column of this page. You may find all of them here “Les actions à soutenir (en/fr)”.
You want to make a bequest in your Will for the future of polynesian Birds. For more information please contact us.
Find more information by downloading our flyer Don et legs à la SOP Manu.
. Please, use one of the form below to submit your interest to participate (kind gift, sponsorship, support of a specific action, membership, donation or legacy):
Thank you! We really appreciate your support!
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Société d’Ornithologie de Polynésie Manu
BP 7023 – 98719 Taravao – French Polynesia
Bank Name: SOCREDO
Manu Société d’Ornithologie de Polynésie
Bank Code: 17469 – Branch code: 00001 – Account Number: 70031300000 – Key: 72
WE ARE EXTREMELY GRATEFUL FOR YOUR HELP!
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