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osprey pair with their young from 2017

Man found guilty of recklessly disturbing ospreys at Bassenthwaite

Wednesday 15 August 2018 by Lake District Osprey Project

Paul Barnes was fined £300 with £2,000 costs at Workington Magistrates Court after a three-day trial.

Birds of prey Law
Binoculars

Don’t miss the RSPB Binocular and Telescope Open Weekend on 25 and 26 August

Wednesday 15 August 2018 by RSPB Northern England

Get up close and personal with nature and pop along to the Binocular and Telescope Open Weekend at RSPB Leighton Moss in..

Buy binoculars or telescopes

Explore the Land of the Giants at RSPB Bempton Cliffs

Tuesday 14 August 2018 by RSPB Northern England

Thousands of gannets make their home on these towering chalk cliffs between March and October, creating England’s largest..

Gannet General Reserves Birds

Severe declines of mountain hares on Scottish grouse moors

Tuesday 14 August 2018 by James Reynolds

New study shows mammals at less than one per cent of original levels

Upland Conservation status Scotland Scotland Centre for Conservation Science Causes of decline Upland Scotland Scotland
Adult white-tailed eagle lands beside two chicks that are sat on a grassy hillside

Young eagles soar for first time in nearly 150 years

Thursday 9 August 2018 by Kirsty Nutt

The two white-tailed eagle chicks that hatched in Hoy in May, have successfully fledged. They are the first young white..

White-tailed eagle Orkney Scotland Scotland Birds and wildlife Birds of prey Conservation Reserves Species conservation Volunteering Hoy Birds Orkney Scotland
 Nightjar, Caprimulgus europaeus. Adult roosting during daylight hours, perched on a log, relying on camouflage and immobility for disguise. The Lodge RSPB reserve, Bedfordshire, England.

Rare birds breeding at RSPB HQ for first time in 45 years

Thursday 9 August 2018 by Rupert Masefield

Nightjars have returned to breed at The Lodge nature reserve

Birds and wildlife UK
Heathland at the Lodge RSPB reserve, UK headquaters of the RSPB, Sandy, Bedfordshire

Rare nocturnal birds breeding at RSPB HQ for first time in 45 years

Thursday 9 August 2018 by Rupert Masefield

Nightjars have returned to breed at The Lodge nature reserve, home to the RSPB’s UK headquarters, for the first time since..

Heathland Nightjar Birds and wildlife Habitat conservation Species conservation The Lodge Conservation Reserves Wildlife Summer Bedfordshire England
Roseate tern in flight, sun shining through its outstretched wings.

Môr-wenoliaid gwridog yn dychwelyd i nythu yng Nghymru

Wednesday 8 August 2018 by Danny Griffith

Am y tro cyntaf mewn mwy na degawd, mae pâr o fôr-wenoliaid gwridog – aderyn y môr prinnaf sy’n nythu yn y DU – wedi magu..

Roseate tern in flight, sun shining through its outstretched wings.

Breeding Roseates re-tern to Wales

Wednesday 8 August 2018 by Danny Griffith

For the first time in more than a decade, a pair of roseate terns – the UK’s rarest breeding seabird – have fledged one..

Wales Wales
Corncrake at Oronsay RSPB reserve

Vital £30,000 HLF grant for corncrake project

Wednesday 8 August 2018 by Jess Barrett

Rare birds under threat in Scotland

Corncrake Scotland Scotland Scotland Scotland