24 March 2015
Staff at RSPB Sandwell Valley nature reserve are looking to the local community for help. Most people local to the reserve know by now that a brand new visitor centre, with the best views in the valley, will be opening this summer.
20 March 2015
To celebrate the launch of Giving Nature a Home in Cardiff, RSPB Cymru’s flagship project in partnership with the City of Cardiff Council, Cardiff residents are being invited to re-wild their wellies and plant-out record numbers of old wellingtons for wildlife.
Er mwyn dathlu lansio Rhoi Cartref i Fyd Natur yng Nghaerdydd, project blaenllaw RSPB Cymru mewn partneriaeth â Chyngor Dinas Caerdydd, mae trigolion Caerdydd yn cael eu gwahodd i ail-wylltio eu welis a phlannu’r niferoedd uchaf erioed o hen welingtons ar gyfer bywyd gwyllt.
RSPB Coombes Valley Nature Reserve, near Leek, is hosting an Easter trail for the Easter holidays; it’s an opportunity for you and your family to come and discover woodland in a fun way.
Campaign against SSE’s Strathy South proposal intensifies in run up to inquiry
18 March 2015
The Government's intention to create a marine protected area around Pitcairn is a massive boost for wildlife conservation in the UK's Overseas Territories
It’s that time of year again when we see and hear birds building nests in preparation for the breeding season.
RSPB Cymru today applauds the National Assembly for Wales on passing a landmark piece of legislation yesterday (Tuesday 17 March) for the people and wildlife of Wales.
The RSPB re-launch the Hen Harrier Hotline to search for the rare birds
The RSPB's Vote for Bob campaign long listed in Westbourne100 Change Opinion Awards
The National Trust, RSPB and The Wildlife Trusts are calling on people across the West Country to put nature at the heart of debate in the run up to May’s General Election and encourage candidates to support nature. Together the three charities have produced South West Nature 2015 - a new website that details landscapes, wildlife and the issues these face, across all 55 Westminster constituencies in the south west.
12 March 2015
Recent Scottish Government decisions on Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) rules and payments are likely to leave the fate of many farmers and crofters hanging in the balance.
RSPB Scotland is calling for the rejection of proposals to grant new tax breaks to support open cast coal extraction.
11 March 2015
Fake birds are being placed on newly created habitat to boost numbers of breeding little terns at Langstone Harbour.
10 March 2015
RSPB Scotland has today warned time is running out to reduce the impact of T in the Park on wildlife at Strathallan Castle in Perthshire.
9 March 2015
900,000 songbirds were slaughtered on a British military base in Cyprus, here is our reaction
6 March 2015
Get active outdoors on the Eastern Moors this spring, with a series of taster day events.
Tools and diggers and are finally being put to bed as a project at RSPB Sandwell Valley to create larger, wilder areas for the benefit of nature and people in the heart of Birmingham and the Black Country successfully draws to a close in time for the onslaught of Spring.
3 March 2015
Every year, the fantastic energy and enthusiasm of fundraisers help RSPB Cymru raise thousands of pounds to help nature and wildlife in Wales.
New research could provide turtle doves with extra food, giving hope to their recovery.