Our work

Our work

Our work
You might be surprised to read that our work is far broader than nature reserves and Big Garden Birdwatch. Read more about what else we do.
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  • Scottish Nature Notes

    For The Love Of.......

    Jim Densham, Senior Land Use Policy Officer with RSPB Scotland, talks about a new climate change campaign we're working on alongside our partners in Stop Climate Chaos Scotlan d. For The Love Of....... We all know about climate change. We've...
  • Martin Harper's blog

    What a wonderful world

    It's cold, the days are getting shorter, man-flu will soon set in for the winter and so I am on the look out for good news to lift the gloom. Here then are 25 positive stories which have been compiled by my colleague Andy Evans who heads our Nature...
  • Saving Species

    Wader success in North Kent

    Guest blog by Alan Johnson, RSPB Area Manager I used to get quite gloomy when I thought about the prospects for wetland birds in the UK. In my role as the Area Manager for the RSPB’s reserves in Kent, I have a particular responsibility for the...
  • Martin Harper's blog

    Fact or fiction?

    Despite what an article by Robin Page in today’s Daily Telegraph may lead you to believe, we’re doing a lot for red squirrel conservation, have been for a number of years and plan to continue with this work. In fact, we hope to do even more...
  • Bird flu updates

    H5N8 avian influenza confirmed

    Defra animal health laboratory has confirmed that the outbreak in East Yorkshire is the H5N8 strain. This is the same strain as that which has caused outbreaks among poultry in Germany and the Netherlands in the last week. However there are no known...
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Skydancer workshop at St Joseph's Middle School, Hexham

Students at St Joseph's Middle School, Hexham, get into character to debate the issues of hen harriers...
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Skydancing Schools workshop

Students at St Joseph's Middle School, Hexham, get into character to debate the issues of hen harriers...
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Lively Skydancer debate at St Joseph's

Students at St Joseph's Middle School, Hexham, get into character to debate the issues of hen harriers...
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Voicing opinions in Skydancer debate

Students at St Joseph's Middle School, Hexham, get into character to debate the issues of hen harriers...
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Beautiful view over North Tynedale

View from The Gun Inn, North Tynedale, on our volunteer training evening for the hen harrier nest protection...
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Fluffy and sharp!

Hen harrier chicks photographed in a nest in Wales, in 2009, by Jude Lane, Bowland Project Officer in...
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Soaring high

Female hen harrier who laid 13 eggs in 2010 and fledged 5 chicks in 2011, Bowland - photographed by Mick...
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Stand-out male

With his pale ash-grey colouring and black wingtips, this male hen harrier cuts a striking figure against...
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I believe I can fly

Children at West Woodburn First School practice their skydancing, as part of a Skydancer outreach visit...
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Words of a feather

Feathers decorated with words describing hen harriers, created by pupils at Hallbankgate Village School...
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Colourful harriers

Pupils at Hallbankgate Village School colour in their very own hen harriers.
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Touch the sky

Pupils have fun making their home-made hen harriers fly high in the schoolyard of Hallbankgate Village...
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