View page in: Cymraeg English

Press releases

Please wait whilst the web page loads

Updating Results

Showing 21 - 30 of 1306 results

Will threatened albatross chick survive after invasive mice killed its mother?

Wednesday 28 April 2021 by Anna Feeney

An adult Tristan albatross has been eaten alive by invasive mice on Gough Island, leaving her chick at risk from the mice..

RSPB NI calls for ban on peatland burning

Monday 26 April 2021 by RSPB NI

RSPB NI today is calling on Minister Poots to implement an immediate end to the burning on peatlands.

Upland Northern Ireland Conservation Habitat conservation Species conservation Conservation

2020: an amazing year for wildlife on RSPB reserves

Thursday 22 April 2021

Despite Covid-19 restrictions affecting access and conservation work in the first half of the year, 2020 proved to be an..

Rare insect found in Cairngorms

Monday 19 April 2021 by Molly Martin

Scientists are celebrating the rediscovery of a rare bug not seen in Scotland for over 30 years.

Scotland
house sparrow perched on branch | The RSPB

Over 78,000 people in Scotland took part in record-breaking RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch

Monday 19 April 2021 by Molly Martin

• 78,066 people across Scotland took part by counting their garden birds over a weekend in January, counting a total of..

Scotland

RSPB Cymru yn lansio ymgyrch gyda dadorchuddio cerflun arbennig

Monday 19 April 2021 by Carwyn Evans.

Mae’r cerflun o farcud coch y tu allan i Gastell Caerdydd yn dathlu adfywiad aderyn Cymreig eiconig.

Wales Birds Campaigns Wales Wales

RSPB Cymru launches campaign with unveiling of sculpture

Monday 19 April 2021 by Carwyn Evans.

Red kite sculpture outside Cardiff Castle celebrates the revival of an iconic Welsh bird.

Wales Wales Campaigns Wales

Puffins in peril as new report shows a quarter of birds across the island of Ireland are now Red-listed

Thursday 15 April 2021 by Brian Campbell

Puffins, swifts and kestrels are among 23 birds that have been moved on to the Red list – relating to species of highest..

Corncrake Curlew Kestrel Puffin Swift Conservation Republic Of Ireland Northern Ireland
Hen harrier Circus cyaneus, female in flight against blue sky, Geltsdale, Cumbria

Eyes to the skies for returning hen harriers in Scotland

Wednesday 14 April 2021 by Jenny Shelton

RSPB Scotland is asking everyone to keep their eyes peeled for one of the UK’s rarest birds of prey as they return to their..

Scotland
Iconic Scottish landscape with hills and loch with the words oor footprint

This spring we will vote for oor future

Tuesday 13 April 2021 by Kirsty Nutt

People across Scotland are being encouraged to use #oorfootprint to show their connection to the planet and demand action..

Campaigns Getting involved Green issues People Stop Climate Chaos Youth Scotland