Like most websites we use 'cookies'. If you're happy with that, click 'OK' to close this banner and carry on. Or click 'Find out more'.
The aquatic warbler is a regular but scarce autumn migrant to certain areas in southern Britain, visiting on its way between breeding grounds in eastern Europe and its winter home in West Africa. Its... More...
A medium-sized dark-looking seabird with pointed wings, and pale patches at the wingtips. Often seen flying low and fast above the waves in pursuit of a tern or other bird, sometimes chasing it high ... More...
With its long tail streamers and general shape the Arctic tern deserves the local name of 'sea swallow'. Appearing white with a black cap, it is largely coastal although it can be seen inland on migra... More...
A distinctively-patterned black and white wader with a long up-curved beak. It is the emblem of the RSPB and symbolises the bird protection movement in the UK more than any other species. Its return... More...
The RSPB speaks out for birds and wildlife, tackling the problems that threaten our environment. We rely upon memberships and donations to fund our work. Nature is amazing - help us keep it that way. More...
Visit our Contact us section for telephone numbers, office addresses and more.
22 September 2014
Manx shearwater chicks have been seen outside their nest burrows for the first time in living memory on St Agnes and Gugh in the Isles of Scilly following the first year of a project to remove rats
16 September 2014
A bird of prey filmed for national television has mysteriously disappeared before her screen debut
3 September 2014
Businesses and politicians have the power to make a difference in tackling the crisis facing our wildlife, according to Sir David Attenborough.
As a charity, we rely on the support of members to continue our work protecting birds and wildlife.
Over 200,000 people enjoy our monthly e-mail newsletter.
Why not sign up?
What we do in:
About the RSPB Contact us Job vacancies Media centre Privacy and cookies
© The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) is a registered charity: England and Wales no. 207076, Scotland no. SC037654
This page was last published on Monday 1 September 2014 at 5:45 AM
The RSPB is a member of BirdLife International, a partnership of conservation organisations working to give nature a home around the world. Find out more about the partnership