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And the winner of December's cover photo competition is... @fezg0d! Congratulations! 🎉🎉 If you missed out, don't worry - we'll be looking for next month's cover photo soonPl
This is @WriterHannahBT in London last month campaigning for compulsory swift bricks in new builds . It's a no brainer obviously - please sign the petition - it's only at just over 28K can you help get it to 50K ? #TheFeatherSpeech@hedgehoghughh…gT
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Whether you’re a whooper swan from Iceland or a wigeon from Scandinavia, Gary from Glasgow or Morag from Motherwell - you are always welcome at Scottish RSPB reserves. Nature is beautiful enjoy it together.
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There are so many ways to save nature. Like saving the UK rainforest... They're not as famous as the Amazon or Congo but these lost worlds of tangled ancient oak, hazel and ash teem with life. Head under the canopy to find out more...… #NationalTreeWeek
Congratulations to the winners of the RSPB Inspiring Nature Calendar Competition 2024! 🎉🎉🎉 🥇 Vincent May - Tawny Owl chicks 🥈 J A Renshaw - Red squirrel 🥉 Karen Roe - Swallows These images are fantastic and each of them captures the character of the subject perfePSpjqR
The Fieldfare isn't a common breeding bird in the UK & large numbers of them rely on our countryside to spend the winter. This is a great photo of an individual from RSPB Images. Do have a look when you can for more great wildlife and bird photography!
Get a glimpse behind the scenes of our "human murmuration" 💚 Hear from choreographer Sadeck Waff, students from Bird College, and our Chief Executive Beccy Speight as they prepared to perform. Find out more and take action
A short film has been produced to celebrate 20 years of the Cornish Chough Conservation Network & to give recognition & thanks to all those who’ve been involved in getting choughs to where they are today! Watch the video here:… @NTSouthWest @RSPBEngland
In this episode of our podcast Stephen and Kate take a trip to @RSPBLochwinnoch nature reserve to check out the new scrapes, and get some tips for things to keep an eye out for as we head into winter. Listen here:…
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Where did your path lead you this weekend? Share your favourite wild moment with us! 🦉 🌿 �s6U
It’s only 3 weeks to #CBDCOP15 - our last chance to recover and restore biodiversity by 2030. Let’s not waste this opportunity! Join @ChrisGPackham and tell Rishi Sunak it’s time for the UK to lead the urgent conversation about protecting nature:
With only 3 weeks to #CBDCOP15, the conversation about protecting nature is more urgent than ever… Join @DrAmirKhanGP and tell Rishi Sunak to lead the urgent conversation at COP15 about halting and reversing biodiversity loss:
The East Coast is one of the world’s most important places for nature – that’s why we’ve taken the first step towards making these wetlands a Natural World Heritage site. Find out more here: What are the top things you love about the #EastCoastWetlands?
Choreographer Sadeck Waff & students from Bird College perform a “human murmuration.” The beauty that birds create when moving as one serves as a metaphor for world leaders working together to produce a global plan to save nature! Find more at: #CBDCOP15
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‘Point of no return’: Chris Packham leads calls for Rishi Sunak to attend Cop15…
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In this "human murmuration" @SadeckW reflects the beauty of birds moving as one World leaders must take inspiration in the teamwork seen in nature & work together at #COP15 on a global plan for nature, with targets to reverse its decline by 2030 More at
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In this "human murmuration" @SadeckW reflects the beauty of birds moving as one World leaders must take inspiration in the teamwork seen in nature & work together at #COP15 on a global plan for nature, with targets to reverse its decline by 2030 More at
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Nature loss is one of the greatest challenges we face, but there is hope. We’ve joined with choreographer Sadeck Waff and students from Bird College to perform a "human murmuration”, an inspiration for leaders working together to save nature at #COP15.
Corncrakes were once a common sound heard throughout the UK, their recognisable rasp rippling through the countryside. Like many farmland birds, their population plummeted but we are working with farmers to support this species through nature-friendly farming.
NHS GP and RSPB president @DrAmirKhanGP thinks it’s time for an urgent conversation about protecting nature. Ahead of #CBDCOP15, he’s calling for the UK to lead the way on halting and reversing biodiversity loss. Join him by signing the petition:
The RSPB remains convinced that the REUL Bill is not fit for purpose and should be withdrawn. UK business and unions demand scrapping of planned bonfire of EU rules…
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🎞️ Our new short film, 'Farming with Nature' is now available to watch below. Join Gerald, Sorcha and Elfyn on their farms as they explain how farming has a vital role to play in helping tackle the environmental emergencies we face.…m
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There are so many ways to save nature! Like defending the albatrosses. These winged wanderers face extinction - getting trapped in fishing gear is their biggest threat. We’re part of a task force who’ve teamed up to change that... 👉…D6
"Business can only prosper on a healthy planet." We're proud to be standing alongside our friends at @wwf_uk, @nationaltrust, @WoodlandTrust and @WildlifeTrusts for @BizDeclares in @FT today.
With lots of bird species relying on our farmland for food and shelter, protecting and restoring the habitats needed for farmland species through nature-friendly farming is a win-win for wildlife and for people. Let’s get to know some of them...
Today is #BiodiversityDay at #COP27, a crucial opportunity to shine a spotlight on nature. The nature and climate crises must be tackled together – Governments need to recognise nature’s role as a climate solution and agree to an ambitious global biodiversity framework at #COP15…
🌱It’s#Biodiversityy Day at#COP277!  👉Protecting & restorin#Naturere is essential to tackle th#ClimateCrisisis 👉Governments must support an ambitious Global Biodiversity Framework at t@UNBiodiversityi#COP15P15 - a Paris mome#ForNatureure#ClimateActioni#NaturePositiveive CgF
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🏁 We are in a race to halt the destruction of our natural world. 🌍 It’s time for governments to fully recognise nature’s role as a key climate solution a#COP2727 and agree to an ambitious Global Biodiversity Framework a#CBDCOP1515. #NaturePositivevly
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Looking forward to being on this press panel for @Natures_Voice this morning on #BiodiversityDay at #COP27 talking about the interlinked climate and biodiversity crises and the importance of a strong outcome from the #CBD at #COP15 @RSPBNews…
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#CBDCOP15 can’t be a wasted opportunity. It’s literally a chance to save life on Earth. Click here to sign the petition telling Rishi Sunak to take action to halt and reverse the loss of biodiversity before it’s too late 👉 🧵4/4
Following COP27 the UN summit on biodiversity (#CBDCOP15) is scheduled to take place in December - a once in a decade opportunity for world leaders to set specific nature-positive goals to halt and reverse biodiversity loss. Literally a chance to save life on Earth. 🧵3/4i
Worldwide, over one million species are threatened with extinction - and that means climate, food, air and water security are also at risk. But there is hope… 🧵2/4D
We need to have an urgent conversation about protecting nature. 🧵1/4a
Ever wondered how UK golf courses could contribute to nature conservation? @Natures_Voice & @RandA advisor @marieathorngolf discusses how golf courses can support nature & the importance of connecting with golfers, in our latest #ConservationAction blog…
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Shot, trapped and poisoned… The illegal killing of birds of prey has no place in modern society. The @Natures_Voice #Birdcrime report is out today and makes for shocking reading: @rspb
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Raptor persecution has been recognised as a serious issue in Scotland, and we welcome the good news that @scotgov plans to introduce licensing for driven grouse shooting in 2023. Read our latest #Birdcrime report:
Since 1981, at least 68 golden eagles have been illegally killed in Scotland; the majority falling victim to illegal poisoning on grouse moors.
In 2021, a young golden eagle was found dead in the Cairngorms National Park; it had been illegally poisoned. One method of killing birds of prey involves leaving bait, laced with poison, for a bird to find. This is illegal, irresponsible and highly dangerous. @RSPBScotland
🦅 Wales’ birds of prey continue to be poisoned, shot and trapped, according to the latest RSPB#Birdcrimee report. We thank@WelshGovernmentt and@NatResWaless for their support as we try to tackle the illegal crimes of killing birds of prey. Read more �
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80 of the 108 confirmed incidents in the latest #Birdcrime report took place in England, the second highest figure on record following last year's unprecedented figures. The illegal killing of birds of prey must end. Read our Birdcrime report for more:
Birds of prey are legally protected, yet they continue to be shot, trapped and poisoned. Earlier this year a white-tailed eagle was found dead on a private shooting estate in Dorset. It contained seven times the lethal dose of the rodenticide brodifacoum. @RSPBbirders
Another year , another #Birdcrime report . . . Shot , trapped and poisoned – the illegal killing of birds of prey has no place in today's society . Read more at…
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⚠️The #Birdcrime report 2021 is out today. Another year, and the killing continues. Please read the report and share. Everyone needs to know what our birds of prey are up against. (Warning: contains distressing content) Read the report here➡️
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Scotland's birds of prey continue to be illegally shot, trapped and poisoned here according to the latest RSPB #Birdcrime report. We welcome @scotgov commitment to tackle these crimes by introducing a licensing scheme for driven grouse shooting. Read more:
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Today the RSPB releases BirdCrime Report 2021. 2021 was the second highest raptor persecution numbers confirmed in the UK after 2020 with 108 cases reported last year. Read the full @Natures_Voice report here 👇 #birdcrimee 1/34
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More than two thirds of confirmed incidents in 2021 related to land managed for gamebird shooting. The UK governments must introduce licensing for driven grouse shoots and better regulation for pheasant and partridge shoots. Self-regulation from within the industry has failed.
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