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Welcome to the RSPB's Media Centre, we are here to help you produce great stories.

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.

Latest press releases

Award for stone-curlew protection project on Downton Abbey estate

17 April 2014

Partnership between RSPB and the landowner on the estate where Downton Abbey is filmed bears fruit

Adult stone-curlew at nest with eggs, Breckland, Norfolk

Grey squirrel tops wildlife survey

17 April 2014

For the last 36 years people have been recording the birds which land in their gardens and local green spaces during the RSPB’s annual Big Garden Birdwatch. But this January, for the first time, the charity also asked people to keep a look out for other wildlife which visits during the year – from squirrels to badgers and frogs

Grey Squirrel

Garden wildlife revealed

17 April 2014

World’s biggest wildlife survey reports a chorus of frogs hopping around in our gardens but our native squirrels are in the red

Common frog

Award for stone-curlew protection project on Downton Abbey estate

16 April 2014

Partnership between landowners and the RSPB bears fruit

Adult stone-curlew at nest with eggs, Breckland, Norfolk

Water companies must prove they mean business on the environment

15 April 2014

A new report published today, Tuesday 15 April, by the Blueprint for Water coalition on the environmental plans of water companies reveals a yawning gap between the best and worst performers in England and Wales.

The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds

Climate change threatens Pagham’s little terns

14 April 2014

Food and nesting sites affected by weather and sea temperatures

Little tern at nest, stretching wings

Climate change and disturbance leaving one of the UK’s rarest breeding birds with nowhere to tern in Essex

14 April 2014

One of the UK’s rarest seabirds, little terns, could become a victim of climate change as rising seas and increased coastal flooding squeezes the UK’s coastline.

Little tern at nest, stretching wings

Climate change leaving seabirds in north Wales with nowhere to tern

14 April 2014

One of the UK’s rarest seabirds could become a victim of climate change as rising seas and increased coastal flooding squeezes Wales’s coastline.

Little tern at nest, stretching wings

Pioneering project to expand and restore Scotland’s native Caledonian pine forest gets underway

14 April 2014

A visionary project to accelerate the expansion and restoration of the country’s native Caledonian pine forests to their former glory will see thousands of trees planted on a nature reserve in Speyside.

The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds

Climate change leaving seabirds with nowhere to tern

14 April 2014

One of the UK’s rarest seabirds could become a victim of climate change as rising seas and increased coastal flooding squeezes the UK’s coastline.

Little tern at nest, stretching wings

Contacts

  • UK Press office: 01767 681577
  • Out of hours: 01767 681577 (answerphone)
  • Northern Ireland: 028 9049 1547
  • Scotland: 0131 317 4100
  • Wales: 029 2035 3007
  • E-mail: pressoffice@rspb.org.uk