Aerial view of Newport Wetlands

RSPB reserves on Google Earth

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How to add RSPB reserves to your Google Earth software

Google Earth is a free piece of software that gives you a whole new perspective on our planet.

It allows you to search for and fly to any location on the globe, with satellite photos, 3D terrain and even 3D buildings. 

Step-by-step guide 

  1. Open Google Earth
  2. Go to the Add menu and choose Add Network Link
  3. Paste the following address into the Network Link box
    http://www.rspb.org.uk/kml/reserves.kml
  4. Click OK.
  5. Go to the Places section in the panes on the left hand side. There should be an RSPB reserves section that you can expand. Double-click on any reserve name to fly there.
Belfast Lough RSPB reserve, County Down

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Aerial view of  Dearne Valley RSPB Reserve, Barnsley

If you don't have the Google Earth software on your computer, visit the Google Earth website to download it for free.