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Britain’s loudest bird makes roaring recovery

Thursday 24 March 2022

Bitterns, the loudest bird in Britain, have had another record-breaking year with 228 booming males counted in 2021.

Wetland Bittern Birds Conservation Reserves
Landscape showing Haweswater Resevoir during early morning golden hour. Sunlight hits the tops of hills above the beautiful tree-lined reservoir.

New polling shows that people want restoring wildlife to be the priority for England's National Parks and Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty

Wednesday 23 March 2022

People see nature restoration as the number one priority for England’s National Parks and Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty..

Watch Your Step in the countryside to help the RSPB protect ground nesting birds this spring

Thursday 17 March 2022 by Sara Humphrey

Over half of England’s most threatened breeding species nest on or near the ground. As breeding season gets underway, the..

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New poll shows people want the next Northern Ireland Assembly to deliver for nature and climate

Wednesday 16 March 2022

RSPB NI has today released the results of a poll that shows the public want politicians to deliver actions for nature and..

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Latest RSPB report shows how giving nature space can help boost nesting success of a number of the UK’s birds

Monday 14 March 2022 by Becca Smith

A number of species have benefitted from careful management of dedicated spaces and being given a wide berth, including..

Birds Conservation Reserves Wildlife

Worrying increase in illegal trapping and killing of songbirds in Cyprus

Tuesday 22 February 2022

New figures from BirdLife Cyprus show an estimated 605,000 songbirds were trapped and killed in 6.5 km of mists nets within..

Birds Campaigns Conservation Cyprus Cyprus

Teaching old dogs new tricks: sniffer dogs helping detect seabirds

Tuesday 22 February 2022 by Ness Amaral-Rogers

An innovative study, led by the RSPB, has been testing the ability of dogs to track seabirds that nest in burrows

Common eider Somateria mollissima, emerging from water, Northumberland

Important Orkney waters finally granted protection

Wednesday 16 February 2022 by Kirsty Nutt

Other areas of Scotland’s seas were granted protection in 2020, but two areas in Orkney were left out, despite their importance..

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Minsmere RSPB Reserve, general view of Boomacre Mere

Losing what we love: England’s planning system is destroying nature piece by piece

Sunday 13 February 2022

England’s planning system is destroying nature

RSPB NI calls for ambitious agriculture reform to help NI farmers deliver climate solutions

Thursday 10 February 2022 by RSPB NI

Today, in response to the Assembly debate on the Climate Change (2) Bill, the charity calls on the Department of Agriculture..