This week at the RSPB
Habitat for rare willow tits destroyed by wildfire
Last month, in our Fairburn Ings reserve in West Yorkshire, a wildfire broke out in willow tit woodland. Discover the little birds who are putting up a fight, and how you can help them.
What are nature-based solutions?
There has been a lot of talk of nature-based solutions recently, and this is likely to increase as governments prepare for the biggest nature summit in over a decade, COP15. But what are they, and why should we care?
How to make change happen
Help champion urban green spaces, secure ambitious green laws, protect special places and lobby businesses to do better. We’ve gathered all our tips and tricks in one place to help you make the change you want to see.
Be wild this summer
Help garden birds beat the heat
Birdbaths give our feathered friends a safe and reliable source of fresh water in this hot weather. Plus, having some water in your garden can provide a ‘stage’ for birds to entertain you as they drink and bathe. Install a watery oasis, sit back and enjoy the show!
Spend a night under the stars
Sleeping outside can be thrilling. You’ll experience many wonderful new things that you would not have noticed from indoors. There are all kinds of wildlife that wakes up when it gets dark along with a sky twinkling with stars, planets, satellites, planes and if you’re lucky, shooting stars.
Let's explore rockpools!
Next time you're at the seaside and the tide is on its way out, take a wander over to some rockpools and get ready for exploration. If you don't have any kit, the water in most rockpools is so clear you can see all kinds of things from the surface.