28 July 2016
Warm July nights have lead to an explosion of wildlife in UK gardens
26 July 2016
Wensum Junior School has helped to celebrate the first anniversary of an educational partnership between Aldi supermarket and the RSPB by turning its grounds into a wildlife haven.
22 July 2016
Christina Hargraves is set to show her latest exhibition ‘Meadows’ at RSPB Geltsdale and visitors are invited to see her work in the gallery space at the Hallbankgate nature reserve.
Wildlife of West Canvey Marsh to get new homes as part of £250k Thames Estuary wetland project
21 July 2016
Partnership sees Aldi donate over three quarters of a million pounds to RSPB
20 July 2016
From this Saturday, visitors to RSPB Strumpshaw Fen nature reserve will be able to hire one of twelve new bikes to explore the wildlife of the Broads.
18 July 2016
This summer, the RSPB is coming to the aid of parents hoping to keep their family entertained by offering free wildlife activities throughout parks in Norwich.
Visitors to Malham have just two weeks left to get up close to the Cove’s popular pair of peregrine falcons.
13 July 2016
Operation Turtle Dove has renewed its appeal for help to save species in light of evidence of continuing decline
Nature-loving kids in East Yorkshire will be kept busy all summer long at RSPB Bempton Cliffs, with cameras and critters, microscopic discovery and summer fete fun.
12 July 2016
This summer, Norfolk has become home to the largest UK breeding colony of little terns, a rare seabird which travels from West Africa to breed on the UK coast each year.
Butterfly reintroduction project reaches new milestone
11 July 2016
Next Saturday, 16 July, sees the start of the RSPB's Glorious Gannets Cruises: a unique opportunity for visitors to the East Yorkshire coast to get a front row seat in a spectacular seabird arena, underneath the 400-feet high chalk cliffs of Bempton and Flamborough Head.
The RSPB-led consortium will be hosting a drop-in session to showcase plans for the proposed new Sherwood Forest visitor centre at Forest Corne
The RSPB has fitted whinchats at the nature conservation organisation’s Geltsdale reserve with special tracking devices in an attempt to discover why these migrant birds are in serious decline.
6 July 2016
Kick-off the summer holidays in style at Saltholme’s Woolly Weekend, 16 & 17 July.
The annual open day of RSPB Blacktoft Sands is set to be held on Sunday 10 July and members of the general public are invited to join in the celebrations.
4 July 2016
Visitors to Manchester city centre have just two weeks left to get up close to the cities’ popular pair of peregrine falcons
1 July 2016
The future is looking bright for the famous osprey chick at Bassenthwaite Lake, following a recent health check.
28 June 2016
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.
Haringey pupils have been inspired and impressed by the brave annual migration of Scotland's phalaropes to Peru and back.
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.
21 June 2016
This month, travellers on Abelio Greater Anglia trains on the Norwich to Ely route could catch a glimpse of cranes, one of the UK’s rarest birds.
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.
17 June 2016
Stone-curlew success as chicks begin hatching in the Brecks & record number nest on Suffolk Coast
15 June 2016
The two chicks of popular Malham peregrines have taken their first flights from the nest and are delighting visitors to the cove.
14 June 2016
The residents of Mallard Court care home, in Bridlington, have created their own Puffin Muffins for a competition being held by RSPB Bempton Cliffs, to raise awareness of the plight of the puffin.
New data reveals further declines in sightings of some of our most familiar and favourite garden species
Londoners have revealed hedgehogs do live in London, albeit in just 6% of gardens, while squirrels and foxes dominate.
10 June 2016
Unfortunately the famous Manchester peregrines have not laid any eggs this year, the RSPB has confirmed.
9 June 2016
Dramatic weather didn’t dampen the spirits of VIP visitors to RSPB Bempton Cliffs last week, who experienced the award-winning nature reserve on a very wild, un-June-like day.
3 June 2016
On a visit to RSPB Rainham Marshes nature reserve PM David Cameron says nature's safer in Europe.
1 June 2016
Holy Island and Lowick First schools have been doing their bit for breeding shorebirds by helping make handcrafted model little terns as part of the Northumberland Little Tern project.
An individual has received a police caution after admitting responsibility for setting three pole traps on a grouse shooting estate inside the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
27 May 2016
It’s National Volunteering Week and the team at RSPB Burton Mere Wetlands, near Neston are appealing for your help.
26 May 2016
RSPB launches new project, funded by supermarket Aldi, aimed at revealing the wild side of the City and to bring families across Newcastle and Gateshead closer to nature
RSPB launches new project, funded by supermarket Aldi, aimed at revealing the wild side of the City and to bring families across Greater Manchester closer to nature
RSPB launches new project, funded by supermarket Aldi, aimed at revealing the wild side of Merseyside and to bring local families closer to nature
RSPB launches new project, funded by supermarket Aldi, aimed at revealing the wild side of the City and to bring families across Leeds closer to nature
25 May 2016
People of all ages are being invited to delve into the wonderful world of mini-beasts this half term at RSPB Fairburn Ings, and discover a range of fascinating bugs both in and out of the water.
As part of National Volunteering Week, the Eastern Moors Partnership is inviting people of all ages to join them in the peak district to get their hands dirty and have a go at a range of volunteering activities.
Ever wondered what could be seen with eyesight as powerful as Superman’s? Now young visitors to RSPB Bempton Cliffs can get an idea of what it would be like to have super-vision by using the nature reserve’s powerful new digital microscopes.
24 May 2016
Spring is in full flow, and summer is just around the corner with schools soon breaking up for half term. At RSPB Saltholme there are lots of activities for children and families to do – no matter what the weather.
23 May 2016
The RSPB and Friends of the Estuary are teaming up for the BBC Springwatch ‘Do Something Great’ campaign with a beach clean on Grannys Bay, Fairhaven Lake.
19 May 2016
Avocets, the black and white, long-legged birds with uniquely upturned beaks – and emblem of the RSPB - have just hatched chicks at RSPB Saltholme.
Visitors to the East Yorkshire coast are being offered a fantastic opportunity to get a close up view of a family of peregrine falcons, thanks to the RSPB and Scarborough Borough Council.
18 May 2016
Take a walk on the wild side this May half-term and admire nature’s new arrivals. The team at RSPB Burton Mere Wetlands is inviting visitors to have fun taking part in two seasonal quiz trails around the nature reserve and join in a day of wildflower-themed activities.
17 May 2016
RSPB project will return land to its natural beauty creating a wildlife haven the size of 190 football pitches at Hesketh Out Marsh East in Lancashire
16 May 2016
Following a recent visit to RSPB Bempton Cliffs, Kevin Hollinrake MP, has become a species champion for the puffin to help raise awareness of the plight of this endangered seabird.
The popular RSPB Spring Fair event is set to return to the Ribble Discovery Centre at Fairhaven Lake this May Bank Holiday and visitors of all ages are invited to join in the fun.
13 May 2016
RSPB asking members of the public to help it find new Montagu's harrier nesting areas by reporting sighting to hotline
11 May 2016
The RSPB is inviting Yorkshire Coast visitors the chance to immerse themselves in the wonders of nature with awe inspiring views of the rugged Yorkshire coastline, by hopping aboard a unique cruise experience.
RSPB Blacktoft Sands is inviting people along to the reserve on the Humber Estuary to help welcome two new special members of the team: Splat and Theo.
After more than 35 years stuck behind a private sea wall, more than 154 hectares of land (380 acres) is being returned to the Ribble Estuary, providing a valuable home for wildlife in Lancashire, as well as bolstering flood defences in the face of rising sea levels.
RSPB asks people to keep an eye out for the UK's rarest breeding bird of prey
9 May 2016
Special hand-painted models of little terns are being used on the Suffolk coast to help conserve one of the area’s rarest birds this summer.
5 May 2016
From deciduous ancient oak groves to dense pine forests, colourful autumn woodlands to bright spring green glades: there’s no doubt woodlands hold a special place in the hearts and minds of the British public.
Thanks to nearly £1 million funding from WREN (see note 1), the RSPB has purchased an area of land equivalent to around 100 football pitches in the Broads National Park, and has plans to transform it into a vital and vibrant new wetland home for vulnerable wildlife.
3 May 2016
Local business Mick George Ltd has helped create a new ‘visitor hub’ at RSPB Fen Drayton Lakes nature reserve.
27 April 2016
Nature conservation organisation, the RSPB, is calling on farmers in Bowland to give a home to nesting curlews.
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
25 April 2016
RSPB Blacktoft Sands has welcomed two new Konik ponies to their site, to help the team manage the land for wildlife in an environmentally friendly way.
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.
20 April 2016
RSPB Saltholme is inviting people to come and celebrate International Dawn Chorus Day on 1 May – expected to be the biggest and best yet - by joining them for an early morning walk to watch the sunrise and hear nature’s song.
18 April 2016
Now is the perfect time to discover one of the best bluebell woodlands in the region - at RSPB Burton Mere Wetlands, on the Dee Estuary. Each spring, the nature reserve’s Gorse Covert, an area of semi-natural ancient woodland, bursts into colour with a blanket of blue and this year, the bluebells have not disappointed.
Immerse yourself in a cacophony of song as the sun rises at RSPB Fairburn Ings this spring, and join staff, volunteers and the songbirds on the reserve for a guided dawn chorus walk
Visitors to the Sheffield Moors are being asked to help protect one of the area’s most threatened birds, the ring ouzel.
The RSPB is helping to give spawning salmon and other wildlife a home in Cumbria by restoring part of a Lake District river to its former glory.
A year since its launch last April, the £1.3 million seabird centre at RSPB Bempton Cliffs has exceeded all expectations, and staff and volunteers are celebrating its hugely successful first year.
The amazing wildlife which makes its home on the Ribble Estuary is the focus of a new community art project being launched early next month.
Called ‘Ribble Revealed’, the project is in the form of an art trail around Fairhaven Lake, aiming to connect people with the wildlife of the lake and the estuary, while showcasing some of the weird and wonderful creatures which visitors can expect to discover.
The Easter bunny is in a muddle and has scrambled his eggs. Join an Easter egg hunt with a twist at RSPB Fairburn Ings nature reserve, near Castleford.
The days are getting longer and (a little) warmer, which marks the arrival of spring and Easter. For staff and volunteers at RSPB Saltholme, near Middlesbrough, it’s also the beginning of one of the busiest and most exciting times of the year.
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.
12 April 2016
Nature conservation charity, the RSPB, is offering specialist free advice to farmers in the Yorkshire Wolds and Coast area who would like to be rewarded for giving nature a home on their land.
Take a trip to RSPB Ribble Discovery Centre this Easter holidays to help recreate Fairhaven’s famous boat race, with a new twist. Boats will be made from recycled and natural materials and the whole family are encouraged to take part in this special event being held on Wednesday 13 April.
The Northumberland Little Tern Project is looking for volunteers to protect vulnerable nesting shorebirds this summer. This includes endangered little terns, ringed plovers and oystercatchers.
A famous pair of ospreys have returned to Bassenthwaite over Easter weekend, sparking hopes for yet another successful year for the Lake District Osprey Project (LDOP).
8 April 2016
4 April 2016
Manchester peregrines are back for their 10th anniversary in the heart of the city and continue to capture people’s attention.
31 March 2016
Long-tailed tits return to RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch top 10
In excess of half-a-million people joined in the world’s largest garden wildlife survey turning their eyes to the garden to watch and count over eight million birds during the 37th RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch
Big Garden Birdwatch 2016 results from Londoners shows a surge in goldfinches, while starlings move out of the Capital's gardens.
Surveys of Berkshire's gardens found long-tailed tits are on the rise, while blackbirds suffered a 30% slump since 2010.
Results from this year's Big Garden Birdwatch in Surrey show long-tailed tits have doubled in a year, while blackbirds dwindle.
More than 519,000 people across the UK took part in the 2016 Birdwatch including more than 9,000 from Cheshire
More than 519,000 people across the UK took part in the 2016 Birdwatch including more than 3,000 in County Durham
More than 519,000 people across the UK took part in the 2016 Birdwatch including nearly 3,700 in East Riding
More than 519,000 people across the UK took part in the 2016 Birdwatch including more than 11,400 from Greater Manchester
More than 519,000 people across the UK took part in the 2016 Birdwatch including nearly 8,400 from Lancashire
More than 519,000 people across the UK took part in the 2016 Birdwatch including more than 5,500 from Merseyside
More than 519,000 people across the UK took part in the 2016 Birdwatch including more than 8,600 from North Yorkshire
More than 519,000 people across the UK took part in the 2016 Birdwatch including more than 3,000 from Northumberland
More than 519,000 people across the UK took part in the 2016 Birdwatch including more than 8,200 from South Yorkshire