We're always keen to hear from you. Together with our supporters, we're giving nature a home so that birds and wildlife can thrive again.
What are members talking about?
We always want to hear your questions, comments and suggestions and will do our best to help.
Here's what people are talking about at the moment:
- Ducks nesting and ducklings on the move
- Birds in the roof, wall or chimney
- How are birds and their habitats protected by the law
- Nesting gulls and baby gulls
- Where to see seabirds
Online registration or password queries:
Contact our team
We have headquarters in all four UK countries, and a network of regional offices in England and Scotland. Find your local office or call our headquarters on 01767 680551 (9 am-5.15 pm, Monday to Friday).
Press and media
If you're a media professional, get in touch with our press team. Providing you with topical news, features and comment is just the start.
Learning about wildlife and the natural world is fascinating. Please visit our advice pages for information about feeding birds, wildlife gardening, disease, planning proposals, injured birds, fledglings and much more.
Seen a bird you can’t identify? Please use our interactive bird identifier.
You can report a wildlife crime by contacting our Investigations team.
If you need further help contact the Wildlife team by email or call on 01767 693690 (9am- 5pm, Monday to Friday).
Injured birds and wildlife
We aren't able to rescue or look after birds or wildlife that are injured or in distress. These charities can help with rescuing or finding care:
- RSPCA: 0300 1234 999 (England and Wales)
- Scottish SPCA: 03000 999 999 (Scotland)
- USPCA: 028 3025 1000 (Northern Ireland)
Or search the Help Wildlife website for your nearest rescue centre.
Contact our friendly Supporter Services team about membership, donations, your contact details and how you hear from us.
Contact the RSPB Shop team if you have a query about the online shop, an order or our products.
Want to contact a nature reserve? Find a reserve near you.
Enquire about volunteering here.
Tell us what you think
We always like hearing from our supporters.
We value your feedback - good or bad. What do you like and what could we do better?