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Welcome to RSPB Kids!

Two girls sitting in grass at our Ynys-hir nature reserve, laughing with each other

Image: Eleanor Bentall

If you like birds and wildlife you've come to the right website. These pages are full of fun and facts - so don't waste time, start exploring the site!   

If you're a teacher, parent or youth leader, we've included information especially for you on some of the pages. 

There will be a brand new Wildlife Explorers appeal starting in the summer - watch this space!  

Springwatch with the kids

Finger puppets, face masks and word puzzles - check out all our fun activities and bring some of the stars of BBC Springwatch into your home. More...

Big Wild Sleepout

Spend a night in nature’s home to raise money and help save our wildlife More...

Big Wild Sleepout

Have fun with rainforests

Tropical rainforests are amazing for the planet and for people. We're working around the world to help save rainforests. Have fun with our rainforest animal activities to make and do. More...

Have fun with rainforests

Wildlife Action Awards

This award scheme for children helps them discover wildlife and do practical things to help. It's easy and fun, so what are you waiting for? More...

Wildlife Action Awards

Become a Hen Harrier Hero

Help one of our most threatened birds of prey by taking part in our Hen Harrier Hero Awards and find out all about these spectacular skydancers! More...

Become a Hen Harrier Hero

Take part in our Climate Action Awards!

You can do your bit to help combat climate change. That's what our Climate Action Awards for children are all about. Join in and we'll send you a booklet full of ideas that you can try! More...

Take part in our Climate Action Awards!

Welcome to RSPB Phoenix

RSPB Phoenix is for teenage members of the RSPB. If you are already an RSPB Wildlife Explorer you will automatically become an RSPB Phoenix member from your 13th birthday. Find out more about what you can do... More...

Welcome to RSPB Phoenix

Early Birds

Pages of resources designed to be used with children under six years of age. More...

Early Birds