Established in 1982, Bird Conservation Nepal (BCN) is the leading organization in Nepal, focusing on the conservation of birds, their habitats and sites. It seeks to promote interest in birds amongst the general public, encourage research on birds and identify major threats to birds' continued survival. As a result, we are the foremost scientific authority providing accurate information on birds and their habitats throughout Nepal. We provide scientific data and expertise on birds for the Government of Nepal through the Department of National Parks and Wildlife Conservation (DNPWC) and work closely in birds and biodiversity conservation throughout the country.

BCN is a membership-based organization with an executive council, patrons, life members, ordinary members, friends of BCN and several supporters. Our membership provides strength to the society and is drawn from people of all walks of life from students, professionals and conservationists. Our members act collectively to set the organization's strategic agenda.

We are committed to showing the value of birds and their special relationship with people. As such, we strongly advocate the need for peoples' participation as future stewards to attain long-term conservation goals.

As the Nepalese Partner of Birdlife International, a network of more than 110 organizations around the world, BCN also works on a worldwide agenda to conserve the world's birds and their habitats.

Vision: "Bird and biodiversity thriving in Nepal and benefiting people".

Mission: "Bird Conservation Nepal is dedicated to conserving bird and biodiversity while benefiting people".

Goal: "Contribute to bird and biodiversity conservation in collaboration with people".