Birds & wildlife
It’s on our reserves, in our countryside and back gardens, even in the middle of busy cities. We can all take simple moments to enjoy, help and learn about the animals that we share our environment with.
What's that bird? If you're not sure what it is, try our interactive identifier. Tell us a bit about what you saw and we'll suggest some possible birds.
Information on over 250 species, complete with videos, sound clips, photographs, illustrations and other helpful articles.
Save the turtle dove
The turtle dove urgently needs our help to save it from UK extinction.
Other garden wildlife
Amphibians and reptiles
Find out more about the various amphibians and reptiles you could spot living in your garden, or on a walk.
Insects and invertebrates
All the useful information you need about the various types of insects and other invertebrates you are likely to find.
Find out more about the different mammals that could be living in your garden, from badgers to pipistrelle bats.
Wildlife in your garden guide
How you can help birds
Would you like to do your part in helping nature? Find out more information about how you can help birds here.
Gardening for wildlife
Whether you're planting for wildlife, creating a pond or need advice on chemical free pest control, The RSPB has got you
Ask an expert
From bird facts to migration and rare sightings, take a closer look at the questions we get asked the most.
Wildlife and the law
Find out how wild birds and their eggs and nests are protected by the law and where to find out more detailed info.
How to report crimes against wild birds
Advice on what to do if you witness a bird crime or suspected offence against birds, and who to contact.
Still have questions?
Why not contact our resident experts in the wildlife team?
Nature's Home magazine
About Nature's Home magazine
Nature's Home is the quarterly magazine for RSPB members.
Listen to our monthly award-winning podcast Nature's Voice, for features, interviews and news about birds and wildlife.
Nature's Home blog
All the latest news you need to help keep you up-to-date with our Nature's Home blog.
How are we doing?
We've been making changes and we'd love to know what you think.