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
Nature's Home magazine is an exclusive benefit for RSPB members.
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
RSPB Weekend 2018 takes place from 6-8 April at the East Midlands Conference Centre, Nottingham. It's a great weekend, full of exciting conservation stories and wonderful people.
Our Nature's Home magazine blog
Photo of the week: vole goals
I'm a bit jealous of this little bank vole. It's found a great place to call home. Lush greenery in the safety of a nature lover and RSPB member's garden - what could be better than that? This shot had to get photo of the week this week, despite all ...Posted 20/04/2018 by Jack P
Make the most of your membership on Mayday
Dig out your RSPB membership card - the sun’s out (sometimes) and it’s time to get out there under the treetops or along the waterways and enjoy the busiest time of year. Embrace nature on the bank holiday weekend – absolutely free! (Photo: Eleanor ...Posted 19/04/2018 by Anna S
You'll never guess what's inside my box
Have you got a collection? I imagine many of you do, and it could be anything from something traditional like stamps, to unusual like handheld vacuums as a friend at primary school used to collect. Interesting chap… But what got me thinking about col...Posted 16/04/2018 by Jack P
Photo of the week: Loving slime ain't no crime
Slime mould, what do we know about it? Personally, not much so when I spotted this weeks photo of the week I wanted to delve a little bit deeper into the kingdom Protista of which metatrichia floriformis (pictured below) belongs. So here are three fa...Posted 13/04/2018 by Emma L