30 June 2016
A new project to find out where migrant birds forage in Northern Ireland has taken flight, thanks to a partnership between RSPB Northern Ireland, the British Trust for Ornithology (BTO) and the Northern Ireland Swift Group.
In a science first, the RSPB Centre for Conservation Science is going to tag swifts in N Ireland with special GPS backpacks to understand more about their foraging habits
28 June 2016
Some of Orkney’s rarest seabirds have eggs, after two local primary schools worked with RSPB Scotland to protect their home
Two RSPB reserves are the first in England to benefit from a special international award recognising the high quality of their starry night skies.
27 June 2016
A pair of rare hen harriers are breeding at RSPB Geltsdale, the nature conservation charity can reveal.
With National Meadows Day just around the corner, the Eastern Moors Partnership are hosting ‘Meadows, Wings and Pretty Things’, a special event in celebration of ancient wildflower meadows and the wildlife that calls them home.
Summer is well underway at RSPB Leighton Moss with the emergence of some very special residents – the first young marsh harriers of the season have taken to the skies and visitors are invited to watch them in action.
Today, more than 2000 children will perform a special piece of music inspired by one of Britain’s rarest breeding birds
Haringey pupils have been inspired and impressed by the brave annual migration of Scotland's phalaropes to Peru and back.
25 June 2016
RSPB Dolphinwatch are inviting everyone to join a range of family-friendly events at this summer Torry Battery.
24 June 2016
RSPB Loch Garten osprey chicks are ringed.
Top architectural award for Forsinard Flows Lookout
23 June 2016
This year's National Meadows Day is promising to be the biggest yet.
22 June 2016
Teenagers from the RSPB’s East Yorkshire Phoenix Group celebrated the group’s 20th birthday earlier this month, with a trip to RSPB Bempton Cliffs.
RSPB Saltholme today announced that it has received a TripAdvisor® Certificate of Excellence.
Larne Lough is home to all sorts of wonderful wildlife, including Northern Ireland’s only known pair of breeding roseate terns.
21 June 2016
RSPB Scotland is inviting people in Edinburgh to help discover the city’s wildlife by taking part in a day-long bioblitz in Duddingston this Saturday.
20 June 2016
Visitors with mobility impairments now have greater access to RSPB Leighton Moss nature reserve thanks to the funding of a new Tramper.
18 June 2016
With their beautiful bubbling song and long down-curved bills, curlews are a much-loved and integral part of the upland landscapes of Northern England during the spring and summer months.
However, this wading bird is in serious trouble and could become extinct in a generation unless urgent action is taken.
17 June 2016
Stone-curlew success as chicks begin hatching in the Brecks & record number nest on Suffolk Coast