We offer a variety of different membership types and ways to join.

The different membership types are listed below, with a brief description of who qualifies for each category. All the subscription rates quoted are minimum amounts, but typically members give between £5 and £10 a month by Direct Debit.

Please give generously as every penny helps us to protect Scotland’s wildlife for the future.


Membership types

  • Individual membership – suitable for a single adult and starting from £3 per month (£36 per year) when paying by Direct Debit.
  • Joint membership – suitable for two adults at the same address and starting from £3.75 per month (£45 per year) when paying by Direct Debit.
  • Family membership – suitable for two parents or guardians and all children living at the same address. Starting at £4.50 per month (£54 per year) when paying by Direct Debit.
  • Watch membership* – suitable for children aged 5 to 14 years and starting from £1.50 per month (£18 per year) when paying by Direct Debit.
  • World membership** – suitable for people living outside the UK and starting from £45 per year (Direct Debit payment not available).
  • Concession membership – suitable for a single senior citizen, full-time student or unemployed adult. Starting from £1.50 per month (£18 per year) when paying by Direct Debit.
  • Joint concession membership – suitable for two senior citizens, full-time students or unemployed adults living at the same address. Starting from £2 per month (£24 per year) when paying by Direct Debit.
  • Life membership – suitable for a single person of any age. Single payment starting from £900.
  • Joint life membership – suitable for two people living at the same address. Single payment starting from £1,300.
  • Corporate membership – suitable for companies and organisations.
* One Watch membership fee applies for all children at same address
** Other categories for UK residents only.

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