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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

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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

Latest news

Great news for migratory birds as two historic global agreements are reached to help save them

10 November 2014

The Conference of the Parties of the Convention on Migratory Species (CMS) has agreed a set of guidelines to tackle causes of poisoning and ratified a groundbreaking Action Plan to save more than 400 bird species.

Male turtle dove singing

As Monty mania sweeps the nation, the UK remains number one for Penguins

7 November 2014

UK is the world’s number one penguin nation, with more penguins under the nation’s jurisdiction than any other county on earth

King penguins

Study reveals startling decline in European birds

3 November 2014

Populations of common bird species have declined in Europe in the past 30 years, but some rarer birds have increased in numbers, say the University of Exeter, the RSPB and the Pan-European Common Bird Monitoring Scheme (PECBMS).

Marsh harrier gliding over reedbed

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The Lodge

Potton Road
Sandy
Bedfordshire
SG19 2DL
Tel: 01767 680551

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