RSPB

cirl bunting
Once on the brink of extinction, this small farmland bird is on the rise in Britain. 
Golden eagle
The population of one of Britain’s most iconic birds has risen to more than 500 pairs for the first time since records began but is still well below what it should be, conservationists say.
Bittern
Once extinct in the UK, the bittern is experiencing a comeback. 
Autumnwatch, sika deer
The new series of the BBC's seasonal nature show began this week.
Puffins
The bird conservation charity argues that wildlife should be protected above the waves as well as below them.
New State of Nature report about the precarious position of Britain's wildlife prompts fierce debate between conservationists, farmers and the government. 
Puffin with sandeels
Removing rats from Lundy has benefited a whole range of seabirds that breed there, but especially the species from which it gets its name.
Bittern in reeds
Reserve warden Paul Green explains why you should visit RSPB Minsmere, Suffolk, this summer. 
Golden eagle
Wildlife crime is big business, and not just in Africa and Asia – from killing and taking animals for profit to torturing them for pleasure, it’s also happening in most parts of the UK, if you only know where to look.
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