From crazy eye-browed rockhopper penguins to giant fluffy albatross chicks, the marine wildlife around Tristan da Cunha in the South Atlantic will now have better fortunes, thanks to a large marine protection zone. Jonathan Hall takes you on a virtual tour of the sights and sounds of ‘the most amazing place on Earth’.
Welcome to the Spring 2021 issue of Nature’s future. Thank you for recently requesting our gifts in Will pack. Our newsletter will show you some of the conservation work made possible thanks to gifts left to the RSPB.
Good news for albatrosses and penguins on Tristan
Top stories this issue
Discover these studs
Silver-studded blues are doing well on our nature reserves in Anglesey and Surrey. Will 2021 be another bumper year?
Swift action needed
Swifts eat, sleep and mate on the wing, only coming to rest to nest. But why is this sound of summer becoming less common?
Wins for nature
Fewer seabirds drowned in Namibia, success for rare field crickets and 100 years of a law banning the importation of feathers for hats.
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