Why Advertising?

 

You may have noticed that we have taken the bold step to carry online advertising. We’ve done this for one reason – to generate funds to contribute to global conservation.

By simply visiting our website, you will see advertisements on the right-hand-side. With every visit to our website or when you shop in our Amazon Store funds are generated, a significant part of which is automatically donated to recognized, global conservation organisations. This helps to:

  • Prevent the extinction of any bird species
  • Maintain and where possible improve the conservation status of all bird species
  • Conserve and where appropriate improve and enlarge sites and habitats important for birds
  • Help, through birds, to conserve biodiversity and to improve the quality of people’s lives
  • Integrate bird conservation into sustaining people’s livelihoods

We hope you agree with our approach – it’s the same as running advertisements in a newsletter or magazine to pay for the operational costs of the production. We are doing the same, but for our website.

We try to ensure the adverts on this site are relevant, and don’t detract from the content of our website or your use of it. If you have any views on our decision to carry advertising, please contact us.

Advertise with Focusing On Wildlife

Focusing On Wildlife is a leading multi-author, wildlife blog with authors in more than 25 countries in all 5 continents. Our website generates 500,000 advertisement impressions per month from a unique, global audience of highly educated, web savvy, environmentally aware and wealthy individuals.

Focusing On Wildlife has a large following of loyal subscribers who are active as photographers, birdwatchers, conservationists and scientists. They travel frequently, fly on a regular basis, stay in hotels and purchase optical and camera equipment regularly.

Site Advertising Opportunities

Focusing On Wildlife offers a variety of advertising zones that may be purchased by CPM, the week or a month buyout at competitive rates. Please contact us for more information.

 

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