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
From bitterns to swifts: how your support helps
While news of the Birds of Conservation Concern report might leave you feeling deflated, it’s important to acknowledge that this isn’t a hopeless situation. Thanks to coordinated conservation work over the decades, some birds have bounced back. Bitte...Posted 02/12/2021 by Sara Downes
A joy of robins: your photos and stories
The robin has long held a special place in the heart of the nation. Although especially treasured at Christmas, a robin’s cheerful, friendly presence can be appreciated all-year round. The RSPB is pleased to be a partner of the latest Aardman/Netflix...Posted 25/11/2021 by Sara Downes
Marsh harriers, 50 years on
How have marsh harriers, scarce in the 1970s, bounced back over the last 50 years? One of our supporters, Judith McDonald, kindly posted us some old issues of Bird Life, the quarterly magazine for the RSPB’s junior branch from 1965 to 2000. I was fas...Posted 04/11/2021 by Jamie Wyver
What's in a name?
Stephen Moss Bird names may be a frequent part of our daily language, but we often give little thought as to what they mean or how they originated. That’s partly because, over the centuries, changes in the English language have obscured their origina...Posted 27/10/2021 by Jamie Wyver