RSPB'S Birdsong Initiative to Act on Climate Change

RSPB’S Birdsong Initiative to Act on Climate Change

Birdsong is set to sweep the country as the UK calls for politicians to act on climate change and the environment On Thursday 17 October over five million people will hear soothing birdsong in over 5,000 unexpected locations including Westfield Shopping Centre, National Assembly for Wales, Murrayfield Stadium, Co-op stores across the UK and transport hubs including London Underground stations.…
Garden amphibians drying up

Garden amphibians drying up

Results from the RSPB’s 2018 wildlife survey reveal that garden amphibians are becoming rarer The results from the RSPB’s 2018 wildlife survey, conducted as part of the Big Garden Birdwatch, reveal that sightings of garden amphibians are becoming rarer. Frogs were reported in over three-quarters of gardens across the UK – but despite being the most common non-bird garden visitor,…
Our swift guide to migrating birds!

Our swift guide to migrating birds!

Birds are flying to our shores to enjoy what we all hope will be a glorious summer. The RSPB has handy tips to help identify our visitors. Migrant birds who have spent the winter in Africa are arriving on our shores. Much-loved favourites like swifts, swallows and house martins will be seen and heard around houses, gardens and the countryside…
Everybody sing!

Everybody sing!

Yes, it seems that spring has finally sprung, and the birds are awake early to tell everyone the good news… Every spring across the UK, an extraordinary thing happens. Early in the morning, woodlands and gardens that fell silent in winter are suddenly awakened by the trilling, chirping and warbling of birds. This is known as the dawn chorus, as…