What we do
The beautiful landscapes and habitats of Northern Ireland are home to some fantastic wildlife. You can soak up views of waterbirds, barn owls, red squirrels and maybe a pine marten at some of our nature reserves. We can guarantee you a scenic walk at all of them. If you look up, you might see a red kite soaring overhead – we're bringing these majestic birds of prey back to our skies as part of our work in Northern Ireland.
26 November 2015
A total of 15 magnificent birds of prey were persecuted in Northern Ireland last year, a new report has revealed.
13 November 2015
Every winter millions of people start to put out extra food for garden birds. But gardens have been unusually quiet recently, leaving people worried as to why.
12 November 2015
A survey has revealed 75 per cent of children aged 8 to 12 in Northern Ireland are not as ‘connected’ as they should be to the natural world around them.
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Homes for Nature Fund
Thanks to you, we're getting closer to our target. We only need £100,000 more to be able to secure 2,500 hectares of land and create homes that nature needs.
Priority Species Recovery Fund
We've identified 44 'priority bird species' to focus on this year. We have project proposals to help that are ready to start. Help us start work!
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The state of the UK's birds 2015
A detailed look at the fortunes of birds throughout the UK and in its Overseas Territories in 2015.
Date: 12 November 2015
Response for Nature: Northern Ireland
Date: 13 October 2015
Queen's University report for the RSPB on the Nature Questionnaire on the Northern Ireland Kids Life and Times Survey
Study shows that connection to nature and the children’s rating of their health and well-being are correlated – children who are more connected to nature rate their health and well-being as significantly higher.
Date: 30 September 2015
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RSPB Northern Ireland corporate supporters' brochure
Give your CSR strategy the green light and see how investing in Northern Ireland's wildlife can enhance your business. Join us. Together, we can do more.
Date: 23 January 2013