Small tortoiseshell butterfly | The RSPB

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Your donation is having a direct impact on saving our threatened wildlife. Thank you.

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Beaver | The RSPB

Your support is protecting the UK’s rarest seabirds – roseate terns – on Coquet Island, providing sanctuary for beavers in Loch Lomond, and helping Sherwood’s mighty oaks flourish. Read Impact to find out more about the projects you’re helping.

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Common cranes flying past wind turbine | The RSPB

Thanks to you, we're doing so much more for nature. Take a look at your latest issue of Impact – it’s filled with inspirational stories and examples of pioneering conservation work to make you proud!

In this issue, we’ve news of our continuing fight to stop raptor persecution, and we reveal some encouraging figures from Hope Farm's butterfly count. We also look ahead to a world powered by renewable technology and its potential impact on marine wildlife.


Small actions make a big difference for nature – but there’s always more we can do.

Nature needs our help now more than ever, so if you feel you can, please donate and help make an even bigger impact for nature.

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Black-browed albatross Thalassarche melanophrys, close up of head, Bird Island, South Georgia, South Atlantic

Your support has helped us do so much. Enjoy some good news from our last issue and discover how teams are working hard to save Asian vultures from extinction, news on the impact our Albatross Task Force teams are having on reducing the unnecessary deaths of these magnificent birds, plus much more…