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Providing you with topical news, features and comment is just the start. You can also find the contact details of our national and regional media officers across the UK, our press release archive and details of the resources we can provide to help you. We place a very high value on quality media coverage and we look forward to working with you to achieve this.
The stories we tell reflect the RSPB's leading role as a campaigning charity working to save threatened birds and wildlife, the special places they depend on and the environment that supports them.
Our unique combination of practical land management and cutting edge policy work is supported by sound science and more than a million members, including the world's largest wildlife club for young people.
3 August 2015
Wildlife conservationists studying rare little terns nesting on Chesil Beach have discovered that two of the nesting colony residents are now fifteen and sixteen years old, and during their annual African migrations have notched up over 100,000km each.
31 July 2015
Researchers predict climate change is predicted to have severe impact on sensitive upland habitats
The latest Breeding Bird Survey report reveals Golden Plover and Kestrel are in trouble across Scotland, whilst warbler and Siskin populations are thriving.
The RSPB’s chief executive, Dr Mike Clarke, has called on those within the shooting industry to take responsibility for both the positive and negative impacts their industry has on the wider public interest, including biodiversity and the natural environment.
30 July 2015
RSPB Scotland nature reserve prepares to host an outdoor performance of one of Shakespeare’s play.
Results from the latest bird survey present a mixed picture for our birds
29 July 2015
As part of National Marine Week, RSPB Scotland is inviting people to join them to celebrate St Andrews’ coastal creatures.
28 July 2015
Conservationists fit satellite tags to three Montagu’s harriers in East Anglia to learn about our rarest breeding bird of prey.
RSPB Scotland’s Loch of Strathbeg nature reserve invites visitors for a behind the scenes look at recent meadow restoration work.
New research reveals that many of Europe's threatened birds owe their recovery to the Birds Directive
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