About Nature's Home magazine
Nature's Home is the quarterly magazine for RSPB members.
About Nature's Home
"Our magazine showcases the very best of stunning wildlife imagery, top-class feature content, expert advice on how to find the UK's best wildlife and provide a home for nature in your garden, plus the latest news from the RSPB's conservation work in every issue."
- Mark Ward, Editor-in-Chief
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We're working to give nature a home. We protect threatened wildlife and special places so our towns, coast and countryside will teem with life once again.
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RSPB Weekend - 6-8 April 2018
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Our Nature's Home magazine blog
Swift or swallow?
What's swooping around your eaves this summer? (Photo: Ben Andrew, rspb-images.com) Alongside recent reports of dwindling numbers of butterflies and other insects this season, social media has been discussing a drop in swift numbers, too. Some peop...Posted 21/06/2018 by Anna S
Five fabulous wild orchids to find this June
In part three of my orchid-finding guide, it’s the turn of four of our more widespread, but most beautiful orchids to be put in the spotlight. They are all probably flowering not too far from you at the moment, so I hope you get inspired to have a tr...Posted 18/06/2018 by Mark Ward
Photo of the week: stunning swallowtail
Here’s a real stunner. June is the peak flight time for the swallowtail butterfly, which is only found in open fen habitat typically in East Anglia, so if you’re headed to somewhere like the Norfolk Broads - or the fantastic Strumpshaw Fen - this wee...Posted 15/06/2018 by Jack P
Summer wildlife: by pedal, paddle or plimsoll power
In our Summer issue of Nature’s Home, our star letter extolled the virtues of seeing wildlife by kayak. Blogger Rupert Kirkwood of The Lone Kayaker has paddled around 19,000 miles around the UK’s coastlines over the past 15 years, seeing and interact...Posted 14/06/2018 by Anna S