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What does the RSPB do?

  • We champion birds and the environment to decision makers.
  • We protect, restore and manage habitats for birds and other wildlife.
  • We research the problems facing birds and the environment, looking for practical solutions that we can implement on the ground, and promote to others.
  • We carry out 'hands-on' recovery projects for our most threatened species.
  • We own and manage over 170 nature reserves, where wildlife can thrive and people can be inspired.
  • We share our knowledge and enthusiasm, to help young and old enjoy the natural world.
  • We champion the cause of biodiversity conservation within the wider debate on sustainable development.
  • We are active across the UK at national, regional and local levels - our work is relevant to your environment.
  • We tackle international conservation issues through the Birdlife International Partnership - a global coalition of like-minded conservation organisations.

Source: Future Directions III

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