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.

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What we do internationally

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...

What we do internationally

Our partnership with BirdLife International

Working within BirdLife is fundamental to our international strategy and our contribution is important to the success of the BirdLife partnership. More...

Our partnership with BirdLife International

Latest news

High-seas heroes saving albatrosses from extinction: a decade of success

8 June 2016

Albatross Task Force celebrate 10 years of success

Black-browed albatross in flight

Hundreds of thousands of birds still being illegally killed on British military base in Cyprus but annual increase halted

15 March 2016

Over 800,000 birds were trapped and killed illegally on a British military base in Cyprus last autumn, according to the latest research by the RSPB and BirdLife Cyprus.

Red-footed falcon shot illegally in Cyprus

Puffin and turtle dove join the list of birds facing global extinction

29 October 2015

The latest revision of birds facing the threat of global extinction now includes some of the UK's most iconic birds

Profile of turtle dove

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