RSPB Dovestone, planting a new Memory Tree, Derbyshire

Land management advice

Our advice seeks to improve and expand habitats needed by species that are in most need.

Our Conservation Land Management Advice work uses the evidence of scientific research and the experience of conservation land managers to develop and validate advice on how to manage habitats for wildlife.

Conservation land management advice

RSPB officer removing bog oak from quarry at Langford Lowfields RSPB reserve, Nottingham,
Practical advice based on scientific research and the experience of conservation land managers, to improve and develop wildlife habitats and help the species most in need.

Training courses

Drainage ditch at Insh Marshes RSPB reserve, Speyside, Scotland
The RSPB runs a programme of habitat management training courses for a wide range of professional audiences.

Advice for farmers

RSPB Lake Vyrnwy Nature Reserve, Llanwddyn, Oswestry, Shropshire, Wales.
Advice, guidance and support to help farmers manage habitats and practise wildlife-friendly farming.
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Browse and download useful land management documents.

Case study

Learn more about Nature After Minerals through their website - a resource for everyone with an interest in quarry restoration and minerals planning for biodiversity.

Contact us

For more information please contact us.

Conservation advice
Email: conservation-advice@rspb.org.uk
Telephone: 01767 693308

Bell heather Erica cinerea, on Dunnet Head RSPB reserve, Caithness, near Thurso, Scotland
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