Like most websites we use 'cookies'. If you're happy with that, click 'OK' to close this banner and carry on. Or click 'Find out more'.
Nearby: Angus, Perth and Kinross, Fife
3 August 2012
RSPB Scotland is asking for help to find the best places for lapwings and other wading birds across Perthshire and Angus. Information on where our some of our most familiar and well-loved farmland birds; lapwing, oystercatcher, snipe, redshank and curlew, are breeding is vital to build up a picture of how these birds are faring in Tayside.
19 April 2012
Tayside Wildlife Explorers, a local group for junior members of the RSPB, have recently received Gold, Silver and Bronze RSPB Wildlife Action Awards in recognition of their contribution to nature conservation
RSPB Scotland has received funding from the Angus Environmental Trust, under the Landfill Communities Fund, towards a project to restore the unique habitats at Loch of Kinnordy.
For more please see our News pages.
There are no reserves or Date with Nature sites in Dundee. However, places in these neighbouring counties might interest you:
Visit our Reserves or Date with Nature pages for more.
Downloads from our Document Library.
MAP - Yellow wagtail in Tayside
Date: 19 April 2011
MAP - hotspots for farmland waders
Date: 23 July 2010
MAP - hotspots for seed-eating birds
Visit our Document Library for more.
Events coming up in the next 7 days.
WEDNESDAY 19TH JUNE 2013 - EVENING WALK 7pm - ERROL TO PORT ALLEN AND BACK
Visit our Events pages for more.
Meet like-minded people in your local area.
Visit our Local groups pages for more info.
Over 17,000 people around the UK give their time for the RSPB. Listed below are just a few ways you can volunteer in the local area.
There are currently no job vacancies in Dundee.
Visit our Vacancies pages for more.
About the RSPB Contact us Job vacancies Media centre Privacy and cookies
© The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) is a registered charity: England and Wales no. 207076, Scotland no. SC037654
This page was last published on Tuesday 14 May 2013 at 11:59 AM