Every Child Outdoors Wales
We believe that every child should be entitled to regular contact with the natural environment. Our Every Child Outdoors research in Wales – summarised in this document – draws together the findings from the wide range of research that has been carried out into the positive impacts that contact with nature has on children, as well as on the environment.
Date: 22 May 2012
Pob Plentyn yn yr Awyr Agored Cymru
Credwn y dylai pob plentyn fod â’r hawl i gyswllt rheolaidd gyda’r amgylchedd naturiol. Mae ein hymchwil Pob Plentyn yn yr Awyr Agored – a grynhoir yn y ddogfen hon – yn tynnu ynghyd ddarganfyddiadau’r ystod eang o ymchwil a roddwyd ar waith i effeithiau positif cyswllt â byd natur ar blant, yn ogystal â’r amgylchedd.
The Scotland Rural Development Programme after 2013: Principles for Development
A working paper detailing ideas, suggestions and principles that RSPB Scotland feel should be at the heart of the next SRDP
Date: 23 April 2012
RSPB Scotland's Assessment of the Scotland Rural Development Programme 2007-2013's Effectiveness in Delivering for the Environment: Maps & other information
Supplementary information for a document advising the formation of the RSPB Scotland’s policy position on the next Scotland Rural Development Programme.
Date: 19 April 2012
RSPB Scotland's Assessment of the Scotland Rural Development Programme 2007-2013's Effectiveness in Delivering for the Environment
A document advising the formation of the RSPB Scotland’s policy position on the next Scotland Rural Development Programme.
Date: 16 April 2012
Sefyllfa adar yng Nghymru 2011
Date: 3 January 2012
The state of birds in Wales 2011
Report on the state of birds in Wales at the end of 2011.
The state of the UK's birds 2011
A detailed look at the fortunes of birds throughout the UK and in its Overseas Territories.
Date: 24 November 2011
Offences against wild bird legislation in 2010
Date: 3 November 2011
Investigating the use of voluntary marine management in the protection of UK marine biodiversity
This report draws together information and examples from 14 case studies around the UK in an analysis of the successes and challenges associated with voluntary management for marine sites. The lessons and conclusions drawn out from this analysis should support the future development of the most appropriate management for the UK-wide ecologically coherent network of MPAs.
Date: 6 October 2011
The illegal killing of birds of prey in Scotland 2010
A review of the illegal killing of birds of prey in Scotland in 2010.
Date: 12 September 2011
RSPB reserves 2011
A review of our work on our nature reserves during 2010.
Date: 8 September 2011
Wildlife at work
The economic impact of white-tailed eagles on the Isle of Mull
Date: 28 June 2011
Seeds of Success
Joint RSPB/Birdlife report on How agri-environment can yield results for nature and farming - June 2011. Stock code - 222-012.
Date: 27 June 2011
High Nature Value farming
Joint BirdLife/RSPB/EFNCP report on how diversity in Europe's farm systems delivers for biodiversity - June 2011. Stock code 222-011.
Realising the Benefits of Peatlands
Scotland’s peatland landscapes have enormous potential as a natural solution to limiting dangerous climate change. Many are degraded and need restoring. RSPB Scotland believes that policies must be updated, adapted and aligned to remove the remaining policy barriers to landscape-scale peatland restoration and protection.
Date: 20 June 2011
Birds of prey in the UK: On a wing and a prayer
Birds of prey in the UK: on a wing and a prayer has been produced collaboratively by 26 organisations. It highlights the value and importance of birds of prey in the UK and the conservation success story they represent.
Date: 18 April 2011