This week at the RSPB
It's time for a rethink on pesticides
We’ve stumbled into toxic territory, and we’re seeing the effects. The RSPB Pesticides and Wildlife Report highlights how nature is being harmed by these chemicals. Together, it’s time to question our reliance on these chemicals, for the sake of our wildlife and our shared future. Find out why it's not too late.
The latest on the Avian Flu outbreak
Thousands of wild birds are dying of Avian Flu in Scotland in an unprecedented outbreak. Shetland is the latest area to be badly hit but there have been cases on many of Scotland’s islands and confirmed cases in England too. Find out the latest.
An extraordinary comeback: white-tailed eagles in Scotland
If you venture to Scotland today and look skyward, there’s a chance that you’ll see something majestic – white-tailed eagles. That’s because white-tailed eagles, the UK’s largest bird of prey, are experiencing a resurgence. Read the incredible story.
Be wild this summer
Adventure awaits at an RSPB nature reserve
From the crack of dawn to that last exhausted yawn. Discover and explore the wild at an RSPB nature reserve this summer.
Ready for a round of "Whose Poo?"
We can use animal poo to learn more about nature. Can you match the poo with the animal that did it? Try our fun game! (and turn up the volume).
Need a hand with bird ID?
Want to know what bird you saw hiding in a hedgerow, soaring over the seaside or singing outside your window at 4:30am? We can help you whittle it down with our easy-to-use guide to more than 400 UK birds.