Scotland's Rainforest

Scotland's Rainforest

Scotland’s rainforest is one of our most precious habitats. It is as important as tropical rainforest but even rarer. Yet few people know it exists and fewer still know how globally significant it is. This film was created by the Alliance for Scotland’s Rainforest to inform and inspire better protection for Scotland’s rainforest. Find out […]

WDC Successes video 2020 | Whale and Dolphin Conservation

WDC Successes video 2020 | Whale and Dolphin Conservation

Thank you to all of you who are helping us to create a world where every whale and dolphin is safe and free. Find out more about the work you make possible at https://whales.org Footage by: Blue whale – Slater Moore (@slatermoorephotography on Instagram) Beluga Whale Sanctuary – SEA LIFE TRUST Beluga Whale Sanctuary Minke […]

Wild LIVE: The return of bee-killing pesticides?

Wild LIVE: The return of bee-killing pesticides?

Following pressure from the sugar industry and National Farmers Union, the Government has agreed to authorise the use of the neonicotinoid thiamethoxam for the treatment of sugar beet seed in 2021 – going back on promises not to reverse the ban unless scientific evidence supported it. Yet, the weight of evidence continues to show a […]

Whooper swans

Whooper swans

These brilliant birds have flown all the way from Iceland to spend the winter in the UK. Find out how to tell them apart from the mute swans we see all year round, and Bewick’s swans, which also come here for winter. With the RSPB’s Luke Phillips and Ami Kirkbright. source

The Conservation Volunteers - Winter Tree Identification (Part 2)

The Conservation Volunteers – Winter Tree Identification (Part 2)

Up your Tree Identification skills this winter with The Conservation Volunteers. Winter Tree Identification (Part 1) can be found here: https://youtu.be/l8b-FZfbbEY Winter Tree Identification, at Lousehill Copse, a woodland in Tilehurst, Reading, Berkshire. Filmed as part of the Lousehill Copse improvement project, supported by National Heritage Lottery, Reading Borough Council and Nature Nurture. A video […]

The Conservation Volunteers - Winter Tree Identification (Part 1)

The Conservation Volunteers – Winter Tree Identification (Part 1)

Up your Tree Identification skills this winter with The Conservation Volunteers. Winter Tree Identification (Part 2) can be found here: https://youtu.be/NSHX8ViL_gg Winter Tree Identification, at Lousehill Copse, a woodland in Tilehurst, Reading, Berkshire. Filmed as part of the Lousehill Copse improvement project, supported by National Heritage Lottery, Reading Borough Council and Nature Nurture. A video […]

#BigGardenBirdwatch Live Cam

#BigGardenBirdwatch Live Cam

LIVE feeder camera 24/7 – Catch all the live action at our feeder camera at RSPB Arne nature reserve in Dorset. Located next to Poole harbour in Dorset, Arne is famous for its stunning scenery and lowland heathland but it’s also amazing for woodland birds that love the bird feeders. Our feeders attract a wide […]

Discover an unforgettable coastal landscape

Discover an unforgettable coastal landscape

Experience the beauty and mystery of County Londonderry’s Downhill Demesne in this video tour of the vast landscape – fascinating ruins, an intriguing clifftop temple, unusual plants and trees, plus much more. We’ll be shedding light on the eccentric bishop that lived here and treating you to dramatic views of the North Atlantic. We protect […]

Revive our World in 2021

Revive our World in 2021

RSPB Head of Campaigning Natasha Yorke-Edgell discusses the wildlife charity’s Revive our World campaign and why 2021 is an important year for nature and the environment. You can sign up to the campaign here: https://www.rspb.org.uk/reviveourworld source

The National Trust weather and wildlife review 2020

The National Trust weather and wildlife review 2020

Extreme weather and warm temperatures have had a huge impact on wildlife this year, but many species thrived in the peace and quiet of lockdown. Watch this video to discover how birds, animals and insects fared during the last 12 months and learn more about the National Trust’s work to protect the natural world. We […]

Give birds a helping hand in winter

Give birds a helping hand in winter

If you see a few birds visiting your garden now and again, why not help them out through the colder months? We’ve gathered our top tips for helping birds in winter. Watch the video to learn more, and on our website we’ve got lots more tips and tricks for spotting and helping birds wherever you […]

Our 2020 film - thank you to our supporters

Our 2020 film – thank you to our supporters

How will you remember 2020? This year hasn’t been easy. But as things closed and our world got smaller, nature helped us through. In 2020, we all realised how much we need nature, and thanks to your support, we’ve been able to stand up for our natural world more than ever before. To say thank […]

Forsinard Flows | 90 seconds in nature

Forsinard Flows | 90 seconds in nature

We know that COVID restrictions mean a lot of you can’t get to the wild places you love just now. So we’re bringing a little of those places to you. Take ninety seconds to lose yourself in the vast expanse of our Forsinard reserve. Website: https://www.rspb.org.uk/about-the-rspb/at-home-and-abroad/scotland/ Blog: https://community.rspb.org.uk/ourwork/b/scotland Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RSPBScotland/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/RSPBScotland Donate: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/rspbscotland source

#BigGardenBirdwatch Live Cam

#BigGardenBirdwatch Live Cam

LIVE feeder camera 24/7 – Catch all the live action at our feeder camera at RSPB Arne nature reserve in Dorset. Located next to Poole harbour in Dorset, Arne is famous for its stunning scenery and lowland heathland but it’s also amazing for woodland birds that love the bird feeders. Our feeders attract a wide […]

Wildlife Highlights - November

Wildlife Highlights – November

Your latest wildlife highlights from around Scotland include otters, badgers, and many more. Find out how you can share your own highlights with us. https://scottishwildlifetrust.org.uk/things-to-do/watch-wildlife-online/wildlife-highlights/ source

Thank you for supporting Friends of the Earth in 2020

Thank you for supporting Friends of the Earth in 2020

Thank you for supporting Friends of the Earth in 2020. From getting drastic on plastic to fighting climate change, we want to change the world for good. It’s time to make a difference. YouTube – http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=friendsoftheearth Facebook – http://www.facebook.com/friendsoftheearth Twitter – http://twitter.com/friends_earth Instagram – http://instagram.com/friends_earth Email – https://friendsoftheearth.uk/ (scroll to bottom) source

2020 - A Christmas thank you from The Conservation Volunteers

2020 – A Christmas thank you from The Conservation Volunteers

2020 has certainly had its challenges. But with your support, we were able to continue to connect more people with their local green spaces, for wildlife, for climate, for communities. A huge thank you from everyone at The Conservation Volunteers. To our… – Volunteers – Staff – Trustees – Donors – Community Network members – […]

The Conservation Volunteers - Mini Urban Forests (full)

The Conservation Volunteers – Mini Urban Forests (full)

The Conservation Volunteers (TCV) are pleased to announce the largest Miyawaki mini urban forest project in Europe to date has begun with 32,000 native trees planted to create the Forest of Thanks in Parsloes Park, Dagenham. The 32,000 native trees have been donated by the NatWest Group, which includes Coutts, and the project with TCV […]

The Conservation Volunteers - Mini Urban Forests Drone Visual (short)

The Conservation Volunteers – Mini Urban Forests Drone Visual (short)

The Conservation Volunteers (TCV) are pleased to announce the largest Miyawaki mini urban forest project in Europe to date has begun with 32,000 native trees planted to create the Forest of Thanks in Parsloes Park, Dagenham. The 32,000 native trees have been donated by the NatWest Group, which includes Coutts, and the project with TCV […]

WildArt 2020 Competition Winners

WildArt 2020 Competition Winners

Join us as we celebrate this year’s winning artwork. WildArt is run by the RSPB in partnership with the Cameron Bespolka Trust, and this year we were even bigger – we received thousands of entries for both the ‘Real Life’ and ‘Go Wild’ categories. Since we couldn’t celebrate the wonderful wildlife artwork at the gallery […]

2020 People's Postcode Lottery Volunteer of the Year Award.

2020 People's Postcode Lottery Volunteer of the Year Award.

TCV is celebrating our People’s Postcode Lottery Volunteer of the Year! Find out the winner and runner up in this reveal video. All of our volunteers are TCV Heroes and we thank them for everything they do for the environment and their communities. Thank you also to players of People’s Postcode Lottery for making our […]

Wild LIVE: So, where next for nature and British farming?

Wild LIVE: So, where next for nature and British farming?

With the Agriculture Act now passed as law, and the UK hurtling towards the end of the Brexit transition period – with or without a trade deal with the EU – we ask where does this leave British farmers, and plans to promote nature-friendly farming post Brexit? Throughout 2020, farming and environmental groups were united […]

Inversnaid | 90 seconds in nature

Inversnaid | 90 seconds in nature

We know that COVID restrictions mean a lot of you can’t get to the wild places you love just now. So we’re bringing a little of those places to you. Take ninety seconds to take in all the colours of Autumn at our Inversnaid reserve. Website: https://www.rspb.org.uk/about-the-rspb/at-home-and-abroad/scotland/ Blog: https://community.rspb.org.uk/ourwork/b/scotland Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RSPBScotland/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/RSPBScotland Donate: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/rspbscotland […]

Go behind the scenes at Beatrix Potter's home, Hill Top

Go behind the scenes at Beatrix Potter's home, Hill Top

Join us on a behind-the-scenes video tour of Hill Top, the much-loved Cumbrian home of author Beatrix Potter, creator of the character Peter Rabbit™. Although the farm is closed at the moment you can still explore the writer’s paintings, drawings, treasured objects, as well as the surrounding countryside that inspired her. Look out for your […]

National Trust: Thank You Nature

National Trust: Thank You Nature

This year, nature’s been there for all of us. It’s been our peace of mind, sense of calm and chance to escape. So now’s the time to show it some love. Give back to nature this winter and help us to help it thrive, long into the future. #EveryoneNeedsNature https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/features/everyone-needs-nature We protect and care for […]

Stephen Fry backs The Wildlife Trusts’ appeal on Giving Tuesday

Stephen Fry backs The Wildlife Trusts’ appeal on Giving Tuesday

Stephen Fry has released a short film lending his support for The Wildlife Trusts’ 30 by 30, a public appeal to raise £30 million to start putting nature into recovery across at least 30% of land and sea by 2030. Will you join Stephen and help us to bring wildlife back to the UK? Donate […]

Farmers to be paid for improving wildlife under post-Brexit farming policy changes

Farmers to be paid for improving wildlife under post-Brexit farming policy changes

Tens of thousands of farms rely heavily on subsidies from the EU – and the more land you own, the more money you get. (Subscribe: https://bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) But the plan is to phase out these payments completely, over seven years, replacing them with a scheme that rewards things like planting woodlands and improving wildlife. But, at […]

Adopt a dolphin update November 2020

Adopt a dolphin update November 2020

Adopt a Dolphin with Whale and Dolphin Conservation. Latest news on what the bottlenose dolphins of the Moray Firth in Scotland have been up to this month from our field officer, Charlie Phillips. Adopt a dolphin at: https://uk.whales.org source

How to make a polar bear snowflake | Natural History Museum

How to make a polar bear snowflake | Natural History Museum

Follow our instructions to make a polar bear paper snowflake. On our website we have 10 free natural history inspired templates for you to download and print. We also have tips on making your own designs: https://www.nhm.ac.uk/discover/how-to-make-animal-paper-snowflakes.html Website: http://www.nhm.ac.uk Twitter: http://twitter.com/NHM_London Facebook: http://fb.com/naturalhistorymuseum Instagram: http://instagram.com/natural_history_museum The Natural History Museum in London is home to over […]

Protect Scotland's peatland

Protect Scotland's peatland

It’s been a massive week for the climate and nature. Both the UK and Scottish Governments and parliaments have been focused on the climate and nature crises. One key is issue is the future of our peatlands. RSPB Scotland’s Andrew Midgley has been thinking about how Scotland is uniquely placed to make big changes that […]

Dozens of beavers killed in Scotland despite protected species status

Dozens of beavers killed in Scotland despite protected species status

Beavers were reintroduced into the wild in Scotland more than a decade ago and given protected status last year. (Subscribe: https://bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe)  Now, numbers are thriving – but not everyone is happy. Some landowners want the animals gone because they say they are causing damage. But 105,000 hectares of woodland – considered the perfect habitat – […]

Notes on Nature: Redwings, bird feeder tips and your wildlife photos

Notes on Nature: Redwings, bird feeder tips and your wildlife photos

In this short video we look at redwings, bird feeder tips, your wildlife photos and listening out for birds migrating overhead at night! You can see our previous Notes on Nature video here: https://youtu.be/_DjsUUboYwM Stay up to date with our weekly Notes on Nature emails: http://rspb.org.uk/keepintouch We’d love to hear your ideas for future videos. […]

Building Partnerships for Nature’s Recovery

Building Partnerships for Nature’s Recovery

Natural England’s Tony Juniper and Marian Spain are joined by a diverse panel and live virtual audience of stakeholders. They will be debating some of the big environmental issues of the moment and underlining the vital role partnerships must play to help build nature’s recovery. source

Scotland's rainforests | Autumn magic

Scotland's rainforests | Autumn magic

Scotland’s rainforest is a unique and special habitat. Join Senior Conservation Officer Andy Robinson at RSPB Scotland Inversnaid to explore the magic of Autumn in Scotland’s incredible rainforest. Website: https://www.rspb.org.uk/about-the-rspb/at-home-and-abroad/scotland/ Blog: https://community.rspb.org.uk/ourwork/b/scotland Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RSPBScotland/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/RSPBScotland Donate: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/rspbscotland source

A Vulture Visits

A Vulture Visits

Young birder and conservationist Indy Kiemel Greene discusses the bearded vulture that visited the UK this year. Indy describes his own encounter with this brilliant bird and tracks its journey around the country. Stay up to date with our weekly Notes on Nature emails: http://rspb.org.uk/keepintouch source

Nature Recovery Network

Nature Recovery Network

We’re proud to launch the biggest nationwide initiative to restore nature in England. Together, we will deliver a Nature Recovery Network of more and better connected spaces for people and nature. Join our partnership: https://gov.uk/government/publications/nature-recovery-network/nature-recovery-network source

Help us double the size of Pepper Wood - Woodland Trust Appeal

Help us double the size of Pepper Wood – Woodland Trust Appeal

A woodland in waiting. A piece of history. A community’s pride and joy. Help us double the size of one of our most treasured woods. Let’s create a new haven for people and wildlife. On the outskirts of Birmingham, near Bromsgrove, a piece of history is waiting to be re-awakened. The land for sale borders […]

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