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Campaigns and appeals

You can help wild birds and the places they live by supporting our campaigns and appeals.

Use the links on this page to find out about our efforts to protect and expand special places for wildlife. Visit the Campaign with us section if you'd like to campaign from home as a letter-writer.

You'll be amazed by the range of campaigns and appeals you can get involved in. With your support, we can work to make nature's voice heard.

Save the spoon-billed sandpiper

As its name suggests, the spoon-billed sandpiper is a remarkable species. It's a tiny wading bird - about the size of a house sparrow - with a uniquely-shaped beak. These birds are dying at a shocking rate, and extinction looks likely within the next decade if urgent action is not taken. Please help. More...

Save the spoon-billed sandpiper

Storm appeal

The worst storm in 60 years struck the East Anglian coast on Thursday night. Hides were toppled, sea walls damaged and habitat washed away. Help us rebuild. More...

Storm appeal

Save our wetlands

Whether it’s the reflection of a stormy sky, the rustling of reeds or the ripples from a water vole, wetlands are a delight to the senses. But all is not well. Donate today and help us create more homes for wetland wildlife. More...

Save our wetlands

UK Overseas Territories appeal

The world is losing 100 northern rockhopper penguins every day. They, along with many other species in our UK Overseas Territories, are heading towards extinction. Together we have a chance to give them a future. More...

UK Overseas Territories appeal

Homes for Nature Fund

It's official. Nature is more under threat than ever before. And together we've done so much to protect and save birds and wildlife. But today, nature needs us more than ever. Nature needs us to change before it's too late. More...

Homes for Nature Fund

Birds Without Borders project

Our migrant birds are disappearing at an alarming rate, and we urgently need to find out the reasons why and work with partners to help save them. Please help save our summer visitors by donating today. More...

Birds Without Borders project

Together we can save our countryside

Many of the UK’s most loved farmland bird species are disappearing at a terrifying rate - and could soon be lost forever without your help. More and more farmers are asking for our help, but a donation from you will help bring the life back to our countryside for future generations. More...

Together we can save our countryside

Campaign news

Big Garden Birdwatch results: Top 10 for Yorkshire

27 March 2014

Almost half a million people who took part in this year’s RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch have discovered some interesting changes among our most popular garden birds, with some species that benefit from a bit of extra help creeping up the rankings.

Goldfinch eating groundsel

Big Garden Birdwatch results: Top ten for North East

27 March 2014

Almost half a million people who took part in this year’s RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch have discovered some interesting changes among our most popular garden birds, with some species that benefit from a bit of extra help creeping up the rankings.

Male house sparrow bathing in garden pond

Big Garden Birdwatch results: All change in top 10 for North West

27 March 2014

Almost half a million people who took part in this year’s RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch have discovered some interesting changes among our most popular garden birds, with some species that benefit from a bit of extra help creeping up the rankings.

Goldfinch feeding on teasel

More news

More campaigns and appeals

Campaign with us

Find out how you can support our campaigns from home through letters and e-mails, or take our campaigns out to your local area or your MP. More...

Protecting wild birds

Support one of our campaigns to help birds in the wild. More...

Protecting wild places

More about campaigns to protect and expand special places for wildlife. More...

Demanding better laws

Help us to demand stronger legal protection for birds, wildlife and the environment. More...