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Our conservation efforts extend to many countries around the globe.

As part of the BirdLife International partnership, we work with and support like-minded conservation organisations all around the world to save our most endangered wildlife and special places.

About our work

Find out more about our international work

What we do internationally

The RSPB works internationally to preserve the richness of nature for the well-being today of every one of us and as an inheritance for future generations. More...

What we do internationally

Our partnership with BirdLife International

Working within BirdLife is fundamental to our international strategy and our contribution is important to the success of the BirdLife partnership. More...

Our partnership with BirdLife International

How you can help

UK Overseas Territories appeal

The world is losing 100 northern rockhopper penguins every day. They, along with many other species in our UK Overseas Territories, are heading towards extinction. Together we have a chance to give them a future. More...

UK Overseas Territories appeal

Saving tropical forests together

Tropical forests are so full of life they practically have a heartbeat. But that pulse gets weaker every time a tree is cut down. Help us keep them alive. More...

Saving tropical forests together

Save the albatross

Tens of thousands of albatrosses are killed every year. We have an opportunity to stop this slaughter, and save these majestic birds from extinction today, but only with your help. More...

Save the albatross

Latest news

Government avoiding responsibility toward nine out of ten British threatened wildlife species

16 January 2014

The UK's overseas territories are jewels of threatened wildlife: so why isn't the UK Government doing more to protect them?

St Helena plover at nest

Farming reform signals tough times ahead for wildlife

26 June 2013

We believe that the reform of Europe's farming is a disaster for the environment

Marsh fritillary

UK’s most exotic natural treasures under threat from ‘legal neglect’

12 March 2013

A first-ever analysis of the environmental laws across all 14 of the UK’s Overseas Territories has been published and presented to the Government today.

Tristan albatross chick

Visit our News section for other stories. Resources for journalists can be found in the Media Centre


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