See choughs swooping above steep cliffs, red kites soaring over rugged hillsides and grey seals lazing along the coast. Hear noisy gannets nesting on Grassholm Island and the bubbling calls of black grouse.
Our work in Wales helps protect this wonderful wildlife and the places they live.
What we do
Conservation in Wales
From ‘Welsh rainforest’ to estuaries, mountains and moors, learn about our special wildlife and how we’re helping.
Education in Wales
Nature should be part of every child's life. Find out what we’re doing to increase that connection to nature in Wales.
Farming in Wales
Farming is vital in giving Welsh nature a home. We work together with farmers to find wildlife-friendly methods.
People and nature in Wales
People of all ages and backgrounds benefit from getting close to nature. Here’s how we help.
Policy in Wales
We have a small team of policy staff advocating the importance of nature with the Welsh Government.
Help us safeguard Ramsey Island
Ramsey Island is home to important numbers of plants, birds and other animals. Help us maintain this special place.
History made as first pair of Savi’s warbler nest in Wales
25 years of wetland restoration on Anglesey leads to Savi’s warblers nesting at RSPB Cors Ddyga nature reserve.
One good tern deserves … four others as rare birds hatch on the Welsh coast
Good news on The Skerries, off Anglesey, where four roseate tern chicks have hatched to two pairs of the elegant seabirds
Fantastic news for wildlife as First Minister says no to the M4 Black Route
After many years fighting for nature on the Gwent Levels, we are celebrating the Government’s announcement that they will not go ahead with the M4 Black Route.
Latest blog posts
Years of hard work brings special wildlife to one small corner of Anglesey
They say good things come to those who wait. This is certainly true for the team at the RSPB Cors Ddyga on Anglesey.
Helping pollinators at the National Assembly for Wales
Guest blog by Matthew Jones, the Sustainability Manager at the National Assembly for Wales who has just established a pollinator-friendly greenspace.
Restoring our farmland nature: why farmers will lead the way
RSPB Cymru Land Use Manager, Arfon Williams, talks about the need for a sustainable farming policy that will work for wildlife and farmers.
Together, let's give nature a home
We work throughout Wales and all over the rest of the UK to give nature a home. But we couldn't do it without you. Will you give us your support? Each member gets:
- Unlimited entry to more than 170 UK nature reserves
- Nature's Home magazine and Y Barcud - RSPB Cymru's newsletter - every quarter
- A welcome pack to help you make the most of your membership
- A free gift of your choice.
Become an RSPB member. Your membership helps us save nature and protect wild places.
How are we doing?
We've been making changes and we'd love to know what you think.