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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.
26 March 2015
Environment and heritage organisations in Northern Ireland today received confirmation of the scale of the budget cuts, with Department of Environment (DoE) cutting its Natural Heritage Grants programme by 100%.
RSPB Cymru is shocked and disappointed with today’s (Thursday 26 March) announcement that the Judicial Review has backed Welsh Government, against Friends of the Earth Cymru’s challenge over the decision to pursue the Black Route.
But visits to gardens made by wrens, robins and blackbirds up from last year.
A record breaking year for Big Schools' Birdwatch
BBC Springwatch at Easter returns to an RSPB reserve
It’s been a record-breaking year in Northern Ireland for the world’s biggest wildlife survey, as the RSPB reveals more than 22,000 local people took part this year – 10,000 more than in 2014.
Over 43,000 people across Scotland took part in the RSPB’s Big Garden Birdwatch this year, spending an hour counting the birds in their garden over the weekend of 24 and 25 January.
The RSPB's Big Garden Birdwatch was once again revealed some exciting and interesting changes among our most popular garden birds
Ond mae niferoedd telor y cnau, y robin goch a'r gnocell fraith fwyaf sy'n ymweld â'n gerddi wedi cynyddu ers y llynedd / But visits to gardens made by nuthatches, robins and great spotted woodpeckers up from last year
25 March 2015
Close-up views of breeding displays made by special minibus tours
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