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Anglians challenge MPs to protect nature and wildlife

9 December 2014

Nature & wildlife-lovers from East of England in Westminster to challenge MPs on commitment to protecting nature and the environment.

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Police appeal after red kites illegally poisoned in the Chilterns

9 May 2012

Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire Police are appealing for information following the illegal poisoning of two rare red kites less than a mile apart in the Chilterns. The RSPB is offering a reward of £1,000 for information leading to a conviction.

Red kite in flight

With bats, butterflies, bugs and beetles, there's more to RSPB nature reserves than birds

19 January 2012

Two new species a day last year were found at The Lodge, bringing the total to over 4,000 species

Heliophanus flavipes spider

Places to visit

Visit a nature reserve or get up close to exciting birds at a Date with Nature event


Downloads from our Document Library.

MAP - Whinchat in the East of England

MAP - Whinchat in the East of England

1.51Mb, PDF

Date: 23 April 2010


MAP - Wood warbler in the East of England

MAP - Wood warbler in the East of England

1.49Mb, PDF

Date: 27 May 2009



RSPB science, conservation and farming projects in your area.

25 February 2014Turtle dove solution trialling and Trichomonas PhD
26 February 2013Woodland Biodiversity Project
23 March 2012Corn bunting solution testing

Featured news

Selected local stories from the RSPB.

National poetry competition finds a winner!

3 February 2014

The RSPB and leading UK contemporary poetry magazine, The Rialto, have announced the winner of their second annual poetry competition.

Flying red kite


Local groups


Over 17,000 people around the UK give their time for the RSPB. Listed below are just a few ways you can volunteer in the local area.

Painter and decorator - The Lodge Reserve Shop
Artwork Researcher and Archiver
Corporate Partnerships Volunteer
Local Group Leader - North Bucks Local Group, Milton Keynes
Act for Nature!