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RSPB reserves on Google Earth

Google Earth is a free piece of software that gives you a whole new perspective on our planet. It allows you to search for and fly to any location on the globe, with satellite photos, 3D terrain and even 3D buildings. 

How to add RSPB reserves to your Google Earth software

  1. Open Google Earth
  2. Go to the Add menu and choose Add Network Link
  3. Paste the following address into the Network Link box
http://www.rspb.org.uk/kml/reserves.kml
  1. Click OK.
  2. Go to the Places section in the panes on the left hand side. There should be an RSPB reserves section that you can expand. Double-click on any reserve name to fly there.

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If you don't have the Google Earth software on your computer, visit the Google Earth website to download it for free.