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Our conservation efforts extend to many countries around the globe.

As part of the BirdLife International partnership, we work with and support like-minded conservation organisations all around the world to save our most endangered wildlife and special places.

About our work

Find out more about our international work

What we do internationally

The RSPB works internationally to preserve the richness of nature for the well-being today of every one of us and as an inheritance for future generations. More...

What we do internationally

Our partnership with BirdLife International

Working within BirdLife is fundamental to our international strategy and our contribution is important to the success of the BirdLife partnership. More...

Our partnership with BirdLife International

How you can help

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

Saving tropical forests together

Tropical forests are so full of life they practically have a heartbeat. But that pulse gets weaker every time a tree is cut down. Help us keep them alive. More...

Saving tropical forests together

Save the albatross

Tens of thousands of albatrosses are killed every year. We have an opportunity to stop this slaughter, and save these majestic birds from extinction today, but only with your help. More...

Save the albatross

Latest news

Number of vultures deaths per meal reduced by two thirds since deadly drug ban, says new study

13 October 2014

The number of vultures dying from diclofenac contamination in India has reduced by more than two thirds between 2005 and 2009, according to a study published today in an issue of the journal Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society (B) on the risk and impacts of pharmaceuticals in the environment.

Indian white-backed vulture

More effort needed to save nature say scientists

3 October 2014

Nature is in crisis, and a new study is urging Governments to redouble efforts to save it

Lowland agile gibbon

Pesticide analysis underlines need for more sustainable farming

24 June 2014

A new analysis shows so-called neonic pesticides are causing significant damage to a range of beneficial insects

Moss carder bee on red clover

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