28 April 2016
Join BBC Radio Ulster presenter Annie-Marie McAleese and Dr Kendrew Colhoun from RSPB NI on International Dawn Chorus Day (Sunday 1 May) as they link up with radio colleagues in RTÉ and across Europe to celebrate this ornithological opera.
27 April 2016
A new osprey nest platform has been constructed at a local nature reserve, RSPB Scotland is delighted to announce.
Flocks of swifts are expected to fill the sky over the coming days
26 April 2016
A pair of climbing boulders have been installed at RSPB Rainham Marshes, adding an extra dimension to the reserve's appeal.
The prospects are looking brighter for one of the UK’s rarest birds, and now it has its own champion in Westminster.
Camp out under the stars for nature with Big Wild Sleepout
22 April 2016
Following their return at Easter, the popular pair of ospreys nesting at Bassenthwaite are continuing to impress, with female osprey KL laying three eggs in six days.
Today sees the launch of a Doric Poetry Competition to celebrate meadows, their wildlife and what they mean to people.
21 April 2016
Mae RSPB Cymru yn annog y cyhoedd i godi llais cyn ei bod yn rhy hwyr, gan fod dargyfeiriad traffordd yr M4 yn bygwth torri trwy galon Gwastadeddau Gwent a gwneud difrod di droi nôl i un o leoedd naturiol pwysicaf y wlad
M4 diversion would cut through four areas of Wales that are renowned for their outstanding natural beauty and importance for wildlife
RSPB Cymru is urging the public to make their voices heard before it’s too late, as the M4 motorway diversion threatens to cut through the heart of the Gwent Levels and irreversibly damage one of the county’s most important natural spaces
19 April 2016
At this time of year we can enjoy one of nature’s miracles every morning: the finest sopranos, tenors and baritones warming up their voices for the greatest concert on earth - the dawn chorus.
15 April 2016
Visitors to RSPB Dolphinwatch are being encouraged to share their experiences on social media to help showcase Aberdeen’s amazing dolphins.
A new study has shown a significant reduction in the number of breeding birds following the construction of turbines at a wind farm in the north of Scotland.
14 April 2016
England’s last remaining golden eagle has failed to appear this spring, leading RSPB staff and volunteers at its Lake District home to fear the worst.
Any day now some special summer visitors will be winging their way to Northern Ireland.
RSPB NI is calling on the public to help build a clearer picture of the country’s red kite population.
13 April 2016
Angry birds, boxing hares and dancing adders- strange behaviour signals start of spring
8 April 2016
Mae Rhoi Cartref i Fyd Natur yng Nghaerdydd yn eich gwahodd i ddathlu lansio clwb bywyd gwyllt mwyaf cyffrous Caerdydd
Giving Nature a Home in Cardiff invites you to celebrate the launch of Cardiff’s most exciting wildlife club