About Nature's Home Magazine
Nature's Home is the quarterly magazine for RSPB members.
The magazine for wildlife lovers
In a world of distractions, Nature’s Home gives you the chance to spend half an hour on the sofa reading wonderful stories about birds and wildlife. You’ll find brilliant images from photographers and RSPB members alike, wildlife ID tips and expert gardening advice, and columns from favourites Simon Barnes and David Lindo. That’s all alongside fascinating updates from RSPB conservation experts working on the front line to save nature.
As a member you’re not only helping protect nature but you’ll also receive four issues of Nature’s Home a year, ensuring you stay up-to-date with the all the latest wildlife and conservation news.
Nature's Home is also available in audio for visually impaired members. To find out more call 01767 693680.
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Our Nature's Home magazine blog
Magical encounters with dippers – a bird of tumbling water and rocky stream beds
Jos Ashpole The river flows strongly and swiftly, sweeping over huge granite boulders. Low-hanging branches dip gently into the racing water. The air is filled with the smell of damp ground and moss. It is cool and calm, but the woods are full of li...Posted 01/09/2021 by Samuel Wrobel
Celebrating your summer wildlife
Summer is a bit up in the air, isn’t it?! Hot, cold, raining, clear blue skies, is that thunder? But our UK wildlife has been here nonetheless keeping us smiling and wanting to head out for more. A couple of weeks ago we asked you to share some of yo...Posted 11/08/2021 by Samuel Wrobel
Climate Change - let's pull together and change the course of history
I’m going to talk to you about something that matters to all of us. Something that many of us have been aware of for a while. But recent events have been a wakeup call none of us wanted but our leaders needed. Images of extreme weather in Greece, Cal...Posted 11/08/2021 by Samuel Wrobel
Cows vs robots - Finding the best solutions to save capercaillie
A large-scale trial is taking place at the RSPB’s Abernethy nature reserve to find out whether technology or livestock is the best approach to restore habitat suitable for capercaillie. The process of habitat restoration, either by machine or mammal,...Posted 04/08/2021 by Samuel Wrobel