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Scotland is amazing for wildlife. The variety of species and habitats is outstanding – from golden eagles to otters, red squirrels to wintering geese and huge seabird colonies – all set among rugged mountains, moorland, ancient Caledonian pine forests and miles of coastline. Our work in Scotland helps protect them all.

Latest news

RSPB Scotland welcomes Government protection for Scotland’s seabirds

24 July 2014

New legislation is first step towards saving iconic species

Pair of kittiwakes on rock

RSPB Scotland welcomes approval for two new wind projects

23 July 2014

Careful management of wildlife habitats is key

Wind farm

RSPB Scotland welcomes report exposing absence of golden eagles in southern Scotland

16 July 2014

RSPB Scotland has welcomed the publication of a report by Scottish Natural Heritage exposing the absence of protected golden eagles from large tracts of suitable habitat in southern Scotland.

Golden eagle

Offices

Scotland Headquarters

2 Lochside View
Edinburgh Park
Edinburgh
EH12 9DH
Tel: 0131 317 4100

East Scotland Regional Office

10 Albyn Terrace
Aberdeen
Aberdeenshire
AB10 1YP
Tel: 01224 624824

North Scotland Regional Office

Etive House
Beechwood Park
Inverness
IV2 3BW
Tel: 01463 715000
E-mail: nsro@rspb.org.uk

South and West Scotland Regional Office

10 Park Quadrant
Glasgow
G3 6BS
Tel: 0141 331 0993
E-mail: glasgow@rspb.org.uk

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Community Fundraising ManagerBedfordshire31 July
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Scotland's seabirds need help

Even though Scotland is home to nearly half of all breeding seabirds in Europe, our iconic seabird species have been largely ignored in the process of identifying marine protected areas. Here's how you can help make a difference. More...

Scotland's seabirds need help

Volunteering

You can volunteer for us in hundreds of ways. Explore these pages to find an opportunity that suits you. More...

Volunteering

Nature of Scotland Awards

Find out about our awards, which recognise excellence, innovation and outstanding achievement in Scottish nature conservation. More...

Nature of Scotland Awards

Golden eagle - a national bird for Scotland

Help us get the golden eagle officially recognised as Scotland's national bird. More...

Golden eagle - a national bird for Scotland

Giving Nature a Home in Glasgow

This project is about reconnecting our city with nature and bringing nature back into the city. More...

Giving Nature a Home in Glasgow

Carbon-friendly banking

We've teamed up with Triodos Bank to help you save the UK's peatlands while you save sustainably. More...

Carbon-friendly banking

Featured documents

The illegal killing of birds of prey in Scotland 2012

The illegal killing of birds of prey in Scotland 2012

1.59Mb, PDF

A review of the illegal killing of birds of prey in Scotland in 2012.

Date: 23 June 2014

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Helping Nature to Help Us

Helping Nature to Help Us

2.39Mb, PDF

This report outlines how nature can provide natural solutions to living in a changing climate and includes case studies from Scotland.

Date: 12 June 2013

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Bringing life back to the bogs

Bringing life back to the bogs

3.3Mb, PDF

A new beginning for Scotland's majestic Flow Country.

Date: 5 August 2011

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Recent documents

RSPB Scotland response to DECC CFD consultation (tech groupings) June 2014

RSPB Scotland response to DECC CFD consultation (tech groupings) June 2014

108Kb, PDF

RSPB Scotland are very concerned about DECC’s plans to award converted biomass power stations long-term subsidies.

Date: 11 June 2014

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RSPB Scotland Response to Draft Heat Generation Policy Statement

RSPB Scotland Response to Draft Heat Generation Policy Statement

209Kb, PDF

Climate change is a significant threat to wildlife, and therefore we strongly support action to reduce emissions associated with heat, which is estimated to account for 47 per cent of Scotland’s greenhouse gas emissions.

Date: 11 June 2014

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