21 October 2015
From Saturday 24 October to Sunday 1 November, RSPB Coombes Valley nature reserve will become home to Halloween.
20 October 2015
From Sunday 25 October the team at RSPB Sandwell Valley will be inviting families to join them in a weeklong celebration of Halloween.
16 October 2015
Scottish hen harriers, one of our rarest and most threatened birds of prey, are being tracked via satellite tags as part of the RSPB’s Hen Harrier LIFE+ Project.
We're tagging hen harriers to understand these birds' movements and discover the places they are most at risk
15 October 2015
From 11 am–3 pm on Wednesday 21 October, RSPB Sandwell Valley is inviting supporters who have helped to create a new, improved visitor centre to the reserve for a special celebration.
Archaeologists have discovered 3,000-year-old bronze weapons buried on the RSPB Scotland nature reserve on the Isle of Coll.
A study completed on two farms belonging to the RSPB and GWCT has highlighted the value of wildlife-friendly farming
14 October 2015
Little terns on the Suffolk coast battled difficult conditions this summer to have their best breeding season for fifteen years.
Environment Minister, Dr Aileen McLeod, has visited The Great Trossachs Forest – Scotland’s newest National Nature Reserve.
An ambitious and inspirational vision and long-term plan is urgently needed to save nature and improve our well-being – that is the clear message from a new report published by a coalition of leading conservation organisations.
Little terns forced to abandon nests at breeding colony only to successfully fledge 90 chicks further up the coast.
End of season report highlights promising signs for little terns despite a difficult 2015, says RSPB
13 October 2015
On Tuesday 13 October 17:00 at Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff, representatives from 19 conservation organisations will join together to host an evening to present their Response for Nature: Wales report.
An injured bird of prey has been released back into the skies of County Down by RSPB Northern Ireland.
An ambitious and inspirational long-term plan is urgently needed to save nature and improve our well-being – that is the clear message from the Response for Nature report.
Ambitious and inspirational long-term plan is urgently need to save nature and improve our well-being
10 October 2015
Journalist, author, environmentalist and Mayor of London’s father will be honoured at the wildlife charity’s AGM today
Avocets have a bumper year on RSPB reserves
8 October 2015
Little terns on Chesil Beach have had another good summer, with thirty four youngsters (from 33 pairs of terns) now flying south to west Africa.
RSPB applauds BBC advert highlighting true cost of the World's natural resouces