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Discovering nocturnal nature
The RSPB’s Steve Blain shares his passion for discovering the secret world of nature at night.
They’re certainly very noisy birds! But there’s more to their vocal abilities than a raucous battle over mealworms.
Meeting Sam Lee
To produce our hit single, Let Nature Sing, the RSPB worked with birdsong-loving folk singer and musician Sam Lee. Here, our resident birdsong champion, Adrian Thomas, finds out more about the man behind the music.
Exclusive tracks for your day
Recorded by our very own Adrian Thomas, these short bird song tracks are perfect for your everyday playlists.
Free knitting pattern
Knit your own star soloist using this step-by-step guide complete with templates and tips.
Simon Barnes shares his dawn chorus tips
Simon Barnes is a multi-award-winning environmental writer and has been an RSPB columnist for more than 20 years.
Introducing the stars of Let Nature Sing: cuckoo
This star has one of the most recognisable sounds - the wonderful cuckoo.
A date with the turtle dove
Adrian Thomas introduces our fourth star soloist on our Let Nature Sing single, in our a capella group's rhythm section
Meet the crane
Adrian Thomas is bowled over by the third star on our Let Nature Sing single, which turns out to be a surprise duet.
Up close to the curlew
Adrian Thomas profiles the second star soloist on our Let Nature Sing single, a sound that bubbles over with enthusiasm.
Spotlight on nightingale
Adrian Thomas introduces a star soloist on our Let Nature Sing single, that would make any judge turn their chair
Meeting Sam Lee
To produce our hit single, Let Nature Sing, the RSPB worked with bird song-loving folk singer and musician Sam Lee.
Meet the stars of our single!
The stars of our single don’t just sing – they trumpet, boom, drum and chur. But who does what?
Whether it's campaigning from home, meeting your MP, or starting your own movement, take a look at how you could raise your voice for nature.