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Annual Report 2020–2021

Get the lowdown on the RSPB’s key successes and impact over the period 2020-2021.

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Download the latest Annual Report

Did Covid-19 stop us from saving nature? Absolutely not! From the Breakfast Birdwatch to helping create an enormous ocean sanctuary, find out about the RSPB’s key activities during an unprecedented year for us all.

Annual Report 2020-2021

Watch our highlights

Does your favourite conservation story feature in our video? Hear from our Chief Executive Beccy Speight.

Our work across the four UK countries and internationally

A year of saving nature: Avocets bred at Pulborough Brooks for the first time ever. Stone-curlews on RSPB reserves had their best year yet - from 23 pairs in 2019 to 29 pairs in 2020. Spoonbills fledged 7 young on RSPB Havergate Island in 2020. It's the first successful nesting in Suffolk in 300 years. One third of all UK cranes are found on RSPB nature reserves.
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Be the first to sign up for our virtual AGM! Join us for updates from what’s been an incredible year for wildlife conservation, with a chance to ask questions too. Places are limited, so sign up now to guarantee your spot.

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What happened last year?

Got a favourite RSPB species or project? We’ve got Annual Reports going all the way back to 2001, so it’s easy to take a look at twenty years of RSPB history.