Red Kites return to the Lake District




The Forestry Commission is spearheading a three-year project to reintroduce red kites into parts of the Lake District. This is the first operation … [Read more...]




Ten years of saving skylarks




The RSPB’s ten year long project at Hope Farm in the Cambridgeshire countryside has been a "bigger success than expected", says the charity. The … [Read more...]




International Dawn Chorus Day – 2 May 2010




International Dawn Chorus Day is an annual celebration of the world’s oldest wake-up call – the dawn chorus – and the beauty of bird … [Read more...]




Seabird couple keep up their record




Legendary love birds Peckster and Flip are back at their summer residence at no. 33 Staple Newk, RSPB Bempton Cliffs. The celebrity seabird couple … [Read more...]




Children Help Barn Owls




Wildlife experts from the World Owl Trust and Forestry Commission have teamed up with local schools to help protect barn owls in south … [Read more...]




Swans in the City




Recent bad weather and frozen waterways have brought animals away from their normal habitats and into the built up areas where we live, in the hunt … [Read more...]




Big Garden Birdwatch 30-31 January 2010




Now in it's 31st year the RSPB big Garden Birdwatch is hoping to gather even more sightings of garden birds than ever before. Around half a … [Read more...]




Barn Owl death survey




This winter’s snow and ice is having a devastating effect on local Barn Owl populations in Northumberland, especially in the uplands which have seen … [Read more...]




Record corn bunting roost in Bedfordshire




Conservationists are investigating what has caused the largest roost of corn buntings in living memory to settle in a farmer’s field in … [Read more...]




Rare birds faring better – RSPB report




Over the last decade, rare birds in the UK have been faring far better than their more common counterparts, according to the latest assessment … [Read more...]