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Nature's Future

Welcome to the Autumn 2023 issue of Nature’s Future. Our newsletter will show you some of the conservation work made possible thanks to gifts in Wills left to the RSPB.

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Keeping an eye on our seabirds

Avian flu has had a devastating impact on our seabirds in the last couple of years. Find out what steps we’re taking to monitor and understand the effects.

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A lone Great Skua flying over a meadow.

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East coast wetlands boost

Lone Stone-curlew stood in shallow water, leant over to find food beneath the surface.

The call of the Curlew

A curlew walking through a field of yellow grass.

Bringing nature back to the Lake District

Restoring our precious peatlands

Flat wetland landscape partly covered by snow, with a mountain in the distance.

Good news for Tristan seabirds

A Tristan Albatross landing on the ocean surface with small waves.

Discover the UK's rainforests

Old mossy fir trees and fern leaves close-up, tree trunks in the background.

Little Terns: a bird on the brink

A pair of adult Little Terns with their chicks, one is coming in to land with a small fish in it's beak.

Contact us

   

Fiona McCreadie

Legacy Adviser – Wales, Northern Ireland & Scotland
Fiona.McCreadie@rspb.org.uk
01978 808186

Olivia Holmes

Legacy Adviser – South West England
Olivia.Holmes@rspb.org.uk
01172 338166

Reece Weight

Legacy Adviser – Greater London & South East England
reece.weight@rspb.org.uk
01273 610071

Sarah Hey

Legacy Adviser - North England
Sarah.Hey@rspb.org.uk
01937 227114

Tom Reed

Legacy Adviser – Central England
tom.reed@rspb.org.uk

01773 303239

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