What we do
Our conservation efforts extend to many countries around the globe.
As part of the BirdLife International partnership, we work with and support like-minded conservation organisations all around the world to save our most endangered wildlife and special places.
Find out more about our international work
The RSPB works internationally to preserve the richness of nature for the well-being today of every one of us and as an inheritance for future generations. More...
Working within BirdLife is fundamental to our international strategy and our contribution is important to the success of the BirdLife partnership. More...
31 July 2015
Researchers predict climate change is predicted to have severe impact on sensitive upland habitats
13 July 2015
With the help of our partner - Crossrail - we're providing a major boost to wetland wildlife
3 June 2015
A new assessment of European birds has revealed that nearly one fifth (18 per cent) are at risk of extinction across the European Union. The main threats? Habitat loss, climate change and increasingly intensive farming.
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UK Overseas Territories appeal
The world is losing 100 northern rockhopper penguins every day. Along with many other species in our UK Overseas Territories, they are heading towards extinction.
Save the albatross
Tens of thousands of albatrosses are killed every year. We have a chance to stop this slaughter and save albatrosses from extinction. Can you help?
Save the spoon-billed sandpiper
Spoon-billed sandpipers are dying at a shocking rate, and extinction looks likely within the next decade if urgent action is not taken. Can you help us save them?
Saving Asia's Vultures from Extinction
Three species of south Asia's vultures are critically threatened with extinction in the near future. We have to act now to save these birds.
Saving tropical forests together
Tropical forests are so full of life they practically have a heartbeat. But that pulse gets weaker every time a tree is cut down. Help us keep them alive.
Click the pins on the map to find out about our work around the world.
Read about more of our conservation projects