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.
Wales updates in the 2020–2021 Annual Report
Find out the latest from RSPB Cymru: our incredible new visitor facilities at RSPB South Stack, and the new online festival Green Recovery Wales.
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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.
Thank you for taking over
On the 17 October, we filled the UK with bird song. Find out why and how you can keep helping.
Help us safeguard Ramsey Island
Ramsey Island is home to important numbers of plants, birds and other animals. Help us maintain this special place.
Latest blog posts
InConvenience store gives a glimpse of a dark reality - if we don’t act now
Can you imagine a future where nature has collapsed? Over the past week, we’ve been showing what the world could look like and the impact on everyday life at our pop-up shop.
How your passion for wildlife can play a part in the fight against climate change
Sometimes it’s easy to feel like our individual actions will have little effect on combatting the nature and climate crisis. But your choices have a ripple effect that can help spark recovery of Wales’ most beloved wildlife, as well as lesser known birds, plants and animals.
Six things you didn’t know about albatrosses
Saturday 19 June 2021 is World Albatross Day. A true icon of the high seas, these elusive creatures spend most of their time gliding over the open ocean. However, these oceanic wanderers are threatened by human activity, making it vitally important that awareness of these birds is raised. So, to celebrate these magnificent seabirds, here are six things you didn’t know about albatrosses.
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.
The RSPB launches InConvenience Store to take customers on a trip to a future without nature
Pop-up shop the InConvenience Store will take ‘shoppers’ on a journey to a future without nature, showing the grim reality of what life in Wales could look like, if we fail to tackle the nature and climate crisis.
Welsh Government fails to protect most important places for nature
Protected sites should be havens for Welsh wildlife – but a lack of funding means that we know little about what is happening in them.
RSPB Cymru launches campaign with unveiling of sculpture
Red kite sculpture outside Cardiff Castle celebrates the revival of an iconic Welsh bird.
Help protect Lake Vyrnwy
Lake Vyrnwy urgently needs your help.
From restoring blanket bog to giving whinchats a home, your VIP support can aid our work in protecting this Very Important Place.