Date Last Updated: July 19, 2019

Tag: rspb

  • Interesting RSPB Survey Results

    Interesting RSPB Survey Results

    The RSPB's wildlife survey would not be possible if not for the loyal participation of the public, who assist in the Make Your Nature Count project. The survey began on the 4th of June and ran ...

  • Saving the Spoon-billed Sandpiper

    Saving the Spoon-billed Sandpiper

    The most tragic and shocking fact is that if nothing is done to increase the numbers of the Spoon-billed Sandpiper, this bird could be extinct within the next decade. It is the harsh reality of ...

  • Small Bird Sightings Increase

    Small Bird Sightings Increase

    The Big Garden Birdwatch in the UK is an annual event that has taken place for the last thirty-two years and is organized by the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds. This is a massive ...

  • Farmers Could Save Endangered Ibis

    The elegant white-shouldered Ibis is a critically endangered wading bird that is found in the southern regions of Laos, Vietnam, the eastern region of Kalimantan and in the northern areas of ...

  • Feed the Birds Day 2009

    On the 24th and 25th of October 2009, the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds will be trying to offer more than a hundred locations for bird enthusiasts to get together to take part in the ...

  • The Albatross Task Force Project

    South Africans are fast gaining recognition for taking initiative and trying new things. Most recently they have enjoyed a lot of success in efforts aimed at minimizing the number of endangered ...

  • Slender-billed Curlews Extinct?

    Sometimes the daily habits of a certain bird species may be so obscure that ornithologists are not even sure how many of them exist. That certainly seems to be the case with the Slender-billed ...

  • Ornithologist Pair Break Record

    For many bird lovers it seems like the sort of thing dreams are made of – giving up everything to enjoy a year spotting some of the most rare birds in some of the most exotic locations around ...

  • Bird Breeding Season: The Good News And The Bad News

    The RSPB has been particularly excited, and also perplexed, at the highs and lows in bird populations this breeding season. On the one hand, it appears that many of their conservation efforts ...

  • Britain’s Bitterns Respond Positively to Conservation Efforts

    Considered to be on the brink of extinction in Britain just over a decade ago, the bittern has made a remarkable come-back, with the species enjoying its best recorded nesting season in the ...