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UK turtle dove survey warns of low numbers, but hope is on the horizon

Monday 20 June 2022 by Vanessa Amaral-Rogers

UK turtle dove survey warns of low numbers, but hope is on the horizon

A great skua (a large brown bird with chunky hooked bill) stands on a grassy cliff top

Huge concern for Scotland’s seabirds as number dying from Avian Influenza continues to increase

Tuesday 7 June 2022 by Kirsty Nutt

There are thousands of dead and dying birds, now RSPB Scotland is calling for action

RSPB Scotland records 262 burns in Scottish uplands this season.

Monday 30 May 2022 by Nick Hawkes

• RSPB Scotland’s upland burning reporting app reports of burning of moorland and grassland in the Scottish uplands from..


RSPB Cymru yn apelio am wirfoddolwyr lleol i helpu gyda'u menter bathodynnau pin

Monday 30 May 2022

Mae RSPB Cymru yn chwilio am wirfoddolwyr ledled Cymru sydd ag ychydig oriau i'w sbario bob mis i helpu eu hachos.

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RSPB Cymru appeal for local volunteers to help with their vital pin badge collections

Monday 30 May 2022

RSPB Cymru is looking for volunteers across Wales that have a few hours to spare each month to help their cause.

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RSPB Chief visits new Craigmacagan Walking Trail on Rathlin

Thursday 19 May 2022 by Angela Mahon

This week, RSPB’s Chief Executive, Beccy Speight travelled to Rathlin Island to visit the charity’s newest walking trail..

Coast and sea Bluebells Wildflowers Northern Ireland
Close-up of fulmar in flight

Concerns grow that new UK Marine Strategy will mean UK governments are no longer accountable for seabird recovery

Friday 13 May 2022

The RSPB is alarmed that a new strategy will give UK governments a loophole to abandon seabird recovery having failed to..

Amber Red Conservation Marine and water Birds England Northern Ireland Scotland UK Wales

Stop burning the world’s forests for energy - says RSPB - as new report shows bioenergy’s risks to climate and nature

Wednesday 11 May 2022 by Becca Smith

Cutting down forests or growing large areas of energy crops for bioenergy not only threatens climate, but nature and food..

Climate change Forestry Green issues Habitat conservation Planning and economics Transport and energy

How mud pies could provide a lifeline for birds as 9 day heatwave spreads across the UK

Thursday 5 May 2022 by Becca Smith

Dry spells, forecast for the next 9 days across the UK, could be preventing returning migratory birds from building their..

House martin Birds and wildlife Giving Nature a Home Birds Get involved Giving nature a home where you live Wildlife Spring Migration

RSPB hosts nature-based activity day with Girlguiding Anglia

Tuesday 3 May 2022 by Ann Favell

Great fun was had by all this weekend, as Girlguiding Anglia visited RSPB Rainham Marshes for a fun nature focused activity..

Learn about wildlife Getting involved Joining People Teaching Youth Rainham Marshes Activities for children Essex England