Aerial view of Lower Lough Erne Islands, Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland

RSPB Northern Ireland's core purpose is to conserve wild birds and habitats in Northern Ireland. In doing so, our work also benefits other wildlife and people, by improving the quality of life here.

Covid-19: Contacting us

Homes for wildlife, in the garden at The Lodge

Please note following the official advice on taking Coronavirus preventative action, our head office is closed along with our WoW, Portmore and Fermanagh offices.

We can no longer take incoming calls, but you are able to contact us still via email.

Northern Ireland

The environment in 21st century Northern Ireland is under constant threat – even more so now than when we started work here in 1966.

Our top priorities are conserving all bird species, especially those that are a priority because of their status, and protecting, enhancing and recreating key habitats. We now have more than 3,000 hectares within our nature reserve network at 10 sites scattered throughout the country.

Our core work benefits from enormous support from individual members (nearly 11,000 in Northern Ireland) and attracting this support forms a large part of our work. We also engage all ages in both formal and informal education opportunities and promote all aspects of our work through the media.

The work of more than 40 plus staff is supplemented by that of nearly 170 regular volunteers who carry out a huge range of work on our behalf. 

Counties covered

Click on a county to find out what's going on in Northern Ireland.

For more information

Northern Ireland Headquarters
Belvoir Park Forest

Telephone: 028 9049 1547

Aghatirourke RSPB reserve, Cuilcagh Mtn, Co, Fermanagh, September 2002