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Bird Island, South Georgia

South Georgia marine conservation

South Georgia and its waters host vast numbers of two of the world’s most iconic seafaring birds.

Marine and intertidal UK Ongoing Site protection Species protection
State of Nature report 2016

State of Nature reporting

Working together to understand and communicate how wildlife is faring and what we can do to help.

Woodland Farmland Grassland Heathland Marine and intertidal Upland Urban and suburban Wetland England Northern Ireland Scotland Wales Identifying problems Research
Razorbill Alca torda, in flight, long exposure to show movement, Ramsey Island RSPB reserve

Strategic research for island restoration

We are identifying islands which would benefit the most from action against invasive species.

Marine and intertidal Wetland Arctic skua Arctic tern Avocet Black guillemot Black-headed gull Black-tailed godwit Black-throated diver Chough Common gull Common scoter Common tern Cormorant Corn bunting Corncrake Curlew Dartford warbler Dunlin Fulmar Gannet Golden plover Great black-backed gull Great skua Greenshank Guillemot Hen harrier Herring gull Kittiwake Lapwing Leach's petrel Lesser black-backed gull Little tern Manx shearwater Marsh harrier Meadow pipit Mediterranean gull Merlin Nightjar Oystercatcher Puffin Razorbill Red-necked phalarope Redshank Red-throated diver Ringed plover Roseate tern Sandwich tern Shag Short-eared owl Snipe Storm petrel Twite Whimbrel England International Northern Ireland Scotland Wales International Identifying problems International species Research
 Young Lapwing on Alistair Robb's farm. Stirlingshire. Scotland.

Strathspey wetlands and waders initiative

The initiative is investigating the effects of predation and the effect of soil conditions on food provision.

Farmland Grassland Wetland Curlew Lapwing Oystercatcher Redshank Snipe Insh Marshes Scotland Advocacy Site protection Species protection
Hawfinch

Studies of priority woodland birds

We are investigating causes of population decline for our most rapidly declining woodland birds.

Woodland Hawfinch Pied flycatcher Willow tit Wood warbler England Scotland Wales Identifying problems Woodland Ongoing Research
Puffin Fratercula arctica, group, Isle of May National Nature reserve

Support for a new UK breeding seabird census

Many of our famous and globally important seabird populations are undergoing declines.

Marine and intertidal UK Species protection
Young elephants dwarfed by Acacia albida trees in Mana Pools NP

Supporting BirdLife Zimbabwe (BLZ)

Zimbabwe has more than 670 recorded bird species, 10 of which are globally threatened.

International Zimbabwe Countries Education Organisation development Site protection Species protection
Achilles Byaruhanga, Executive Director of NatureUganda teaching schoolchildren at Nabajjuzi

Supporting NatureUganda

RSPB has been assisting NatureUganda to conserve their rich ornithological heritage.

International Uganda Education Organisation development Site protection Species protection
Common or Eurasian crane Grus grus, four adults and one juvenile, in flight over pastureland, during autumn migration in Rugen-Bock-Region, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany

Supporting the development of site management plans internationally

IBAs and protected areas are an essential part of conservation efforts to save birds and biodiversity globally.

International Site protection Species protection
 Baltic sea on a stormy day with heavy rain falling on coastal headland, Gellort, Cape Arkona, Rugen island, Germany's most northerly point, Mecklenberg-Vorpommern, Germany

Sustainable Shores

Our coastal habitats are shrinking, but there are practical ways that we can save and enhance these valuable places.

Marine and intertidal Curlew Little tern Oystercatcher Redshank Medmerry Titchwell Marsh Wallasea Island Wild Coast project UK Climate change Impacts and conservation solutions Research Site protection