Ringed plover Charadrius hiaticula on the artificial lagoon; high tide wader roost at Freiston Shore RSPB reserve, on The Wash. Lincolnshire, England.

About the RSPB

Passionate about nature, dedicated to saving it. Since we started on our mission in 1889, the threats to nature have continued to grow, but we've grown to meet them too.

We’re now the largest nature conservation charity in the country, consistently delivering successful conservation, forging powerful new partnerships with other organisations and inspiring others to stand up and give nature the home it deserves. 

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Our mission

Our birds and wildlife are increasingly vulnerable in a rapidly-changing world. Together, we can create bigger, better, more joined-up spaces to save our wildlife, and our shared home.

Working internationally

Turtle dove tracking

Our work stretches far beyond the UK. Wherever wildlife is in threat, we'll work with partners across the globe to help save it and give it a home. 

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Work for us

There are all sorts of opportunities to join the RSPB family. Be a part of what we do and help give nature a home.

Contact us

 Black grouse Tetrao tetrix, adult male on lek. Corrimony RSPB reserve. Scotland.
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Whether you're looking for some wildlife advice, need the details of our UK offices, want to give a comment or suggestion, or have a general enquiry about the charity, this is where you can get in touch. 

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