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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You can join the RSPB and get Nature's Home magazine every quarter from only £5 per month.
Our Nature's Home magazine blog
When the wood warblers just won’t warble
Jenny Tweedie Who’s up for a challenge? With spring behind us having dusted off the winter birdwatching blues, it might be time to see how your newfound skills are holding up – or, if you fancy a quick refresher have a look at our Beginners Guide to...Posted 21/07/2021 by Samuel Wrobel
A Spanish dove story – One in a million
With turtle doves experiencing one of the harshest population declines of any UK bird (98%), a ban on hunting them across Spain could not be more welcome. This was the news recently announced by Spanish authorities that they will not be authorising t...Posted 28/06/2021 by Samuel Wrobel
Your June Wildlife Questions Answered: Wildlife gardening with Adrian Thomas
In this video we answer our most common questions that we get asked at this time of year, like a jazzier FAQ. This episode Jamie Wyver is joined by Adrian Thomas, the RSPB’s inhouse gardening expert to discuss what you can do to give nature a home, a...Posted 23/06/2021 by Samuel Wrobel
Etta Lemon’s legacy: Hannah Lemon and the healing power of nature
Guest blog by author and journalist, Tessa Boase Etta Lemon is some ancestor to lay claim to. The woman who built the early RSPB was fierce, uncompromising, obsessive and driven. She was nicknamed ‘The Dragon’ – but also, in softer mode, she was kno...Posted 15/06/2021 by Samuel Wrobel