Nature's future

Welcome to the Spring 2022 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.

Close up of an adult red squirrel, climbing down some bark, with a hazelnut in its mouth

Discover how, together, we are bringing nature back to the Lake District

Tucked away at the eastern edge of the Lake District National Park, RSPB
Haweswater is being transformed. Together with landowner United Utilities we’re restoring a landscape of colourful wildflower meadows, meandering rivers, rich woodlands and healthy, wet bogs – with benefits for nature and people.

Close-up of curlew in flight

Restoring our precious peatlands

Three albatrosses perched in the grass

Good news for Tristan seabirds

A bridge crosses over a body of water surrounded by verdant woodland

Discover the UK's rainforests

Little terns chicks lay on a pebble beach

Little terns: a bird on the brink

Contact us

Smiling photo of Amanda McQuat

Amanda McQuat

Legacy Adviser - Scotland

Amanda.McQuat@rspb.org.uk
0131 215 1996

Shelley Robins

Legacy Adviser

Shelley.robins@rspb.org.uk
01767 693276

Reece Weight

Legacy Adviser – Greater London & South East

reece.weight@rspb.org.uk
01273 610071
Profile picture of Lizzy Knowles, smiling at the camera on a sunny day

Lizzy Knowles

Legacy Adviser - North England

Lizzy.knowles@rspb.org.uk
01767 666077

Download your free Gifts in Wills guide

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