Welcome to the RSPB's Media Centre, we are here to help you produce great stories.
Providing you with topical news, features and comment is just the start. You can also find the contact details of our national and regional media officers across the UK, our press release archive and details of the resources we can provide to help you. We place a very high value on quality media coverage and we look forward to working with you to achieve this.
The stories we tell reflect the RSPB's leading role as a campaigning charity working to save threatened birds and wildlife, the special places they depend on and the environment that supports them.
Our unique combination of practical land management and cutting edge policy work is supported by sound science and more than a million members, including the world's largest wildlife club for young people.
24 November 2015
The RSPB is offering a £1,000 reward for information on shooting of rare red-footed falcon in Cambridgeshire
20 November 2015
RSPB Scotland welcomes Scottish Government plans to improve regulation of coal extraction and calls for funding to support clean-up at legacy sites.
Campaigners from across Europe, including the UK, are arriving in Brussels today to tell the European Commission to drop the attack on vital nature laws and instead focus their attention on their enforcement.
Mae ymgyrchwyr o bob cwr o Ewrop, gan gynnwys y DU, yn mynd i Frwsel heddiw i ddweud wrth y Comisiwn Ewropeaidd am roi'r gorau i ymosod ar ddeddfau hanfodol natur, a chanolbwyntio, yn hytrach, ar eu gorfodi.
Scotland’s wildlife champions were honoured last night at the fourth annual RSPB Nature of Scotland Awards, hosted by Springwatch presenter Iolo Williams.
Over half a million people from across Europe believe the Nature Directives are important, that is what we'll be reminding the European Commission
19 November 2015
RSPB Scotland welcomes the publication of the Scottish Government’s Review of Wildlife Crime Penalties
18 November 2015
The RSPB welcomes the Government's intention to close all coal-fired power stations by 2025
17 November 2015
One of Scotland’s rarest breeding birds, the corncrake, has suffered a poor season this year (2015) with numbers dropping by nearly a fifth.
16 November 2015
A new report published today shows that Europe's wildlife is already being affected by climate change and these effects will only intensify over the course of this century.
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