Membership - January 2018 Promotion

Common Dolphin and Calf (c) Joanne O'BrienCommon Dolphin and Calf (c) Joanne O'Brien

During JANUARY 2018 we are offering a special Ulster Wildlife membership, focussing on our marine wildlife.

Our coasts are home to a vast array of marine life from giant whales and basking sharks, to delicate brittlestars and microscopic plankton. However, our seas are under increasing pressure from development, overfishing, pollution and climate change.

Ulster Wildlife is working to help our marine wildlife and habitats recover from past and current decline: through policy development and inpiring poeple of all ages to value wildilfe on our shores and in our seas.





You can help today by becoming a member of Ulster Wildlife, and in JANUARY 2018 you will receive:

  • a FREE choice of gift (an Ulster Wildlife beanie or a Seal mini-friend - choose on checkout)
  • Our Living Seas Guides - allowing you to dip beneath the surface of the depths of the ocean to our coastal shallows
  • Northern Ireland Ocean Giants Guide 
  • Marine Spotter sheets to get outdoors and get wildlife spotting
  • and for Family Memberships - Wildlife activity & colouring sheets to get creative!

As well as this you wil receive our usual membership benefits:

  • Membership Welcome Pack filled with information on our work and more ways you can get involved
  • The Irish Hare and Natural World magazines 3 times per year
  • Free access to our nature reserves
  • Free entry into Ulster Wildlife annual programme of events
  • Wildlife Watch is included as part of our family membership package and is aimed at 5-14 year olds. As a Wildlife Watch member children get all sorts of wildlife goodies - posters, magazines 4 times a year, stickers, a badge, a membership card and more!
  • And, best of all, by becoming a member you'll be helping to protect our local wildlife

Do you have a question for us?

How do I pay for my membership?

We encourage all of our members to pay their membership subscription through secure monthly Direct Debit payments. It is easy to set up, hassle free and helps us to reduce our administration costs, meaning more of your membership subscription goes directly towards helping Northern Ireland's wildlife. If you prefer to pay by credit card, that option is available too. Simply click Become a Member above to get started.

Want to give a gift of membership?

By buying a gift membership, you'll be supporting Northern Ireland's wildlife, and your recipient can join a growing community of like-minded people working to create space for nature on their doorstep. Simply click Become a Member and choose This is a Gift when prompted.

Don't want to join online?

Give Anna or Vickie a call on 028 9045 4094 during office hours we'll set up your membership over the phone. or you can download our membership form and send it in by post.

Already a Member?

If you are already a member and would like to renew your membership, please complete our online renewal form

Have you been asked to join?

As a local charity we have many methods of inviting people to become supporters and make a regular donation to Ulster Wildlife.

Our friendly staff are present at our events, in supermarkets, garden centres and at third party events & festivals across Northern Ireland. All of our staff have identification badges and officially branded materials. If you have any concerns at all, please do not hesitate to contact us:

Email: or call Vickie, Supporter Relationship Manager, on 028 9045 4094

Thank you for your support.

Ulster Wildlife's Data Protection Promise

In light of recent press stories about charity fundraising we would like to reassure our members, supporters and volunteers that we have not, and never will, sell your details to third parties.

It is only with your valuable support that nature has a chance to thrive here in Northern Ireland.

You may change the way in which you receive information from us at any time by contacting us:

Email: or call Vickie, Supporter Relationship Manager, on 028 9045 4094

We understand that you have trusted us with your personal data and in addition to our own high standards and values we are also organisational members of the Institute of Fundraising. Their strict policies regarding the protection of your data can be found at

Want to make a complaint?

Ulster Wildlife wants to exceed your expectation in everything we do. However, we know that there may be times when we do not meet our own high standards. When this happens, we want to hear about it, in order to deal with the situation as quickly as possible and put measures in place to stop it happening again.

We take complaints very seriously and we treat them as an opportunity to develop our approach. This is why we are always very grateful to hear from people who are willing to take the time to help us improve.

Please visit Making a Complaint