Links to the RSPB and other Bird related websites

Any website/services linked to from this page, other than the RSPB, are not specifically endorsed by the RSPB or the local group.


The website of the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds.

RSPB Campaigning

RSPB Kids!

Have fun and learn about birds on the RSPB’s youth website.

RSPB Community

For advice on wildlife, expert help with identification, wildlife blogs and much more.

Give Nature a Home

Looking to help nature? Do great things for the wildlife where you live! Whatever your outdoor space, be it a balcony, courtyard or garden, you’ll find expert tips and tricks to make it a happier place for you – and the nature on your doorstep. New tips every month.

RSPB birds and wildlife advice

British Trust for Ornithology
An independent, scientific research trust, investigating the populations, movements and ecology of wild birds in the British Isles.We have a broad range of surveys for volunteers to participate in, from weekly counting of garden birds, through monthly winter counts of waterbirds, and sampling of breeding birds across the UK. You can record the nesting success of birds and participate in ringing, where trained volunteers mark birds to discover more about the mysteries of migration. The BTO is a ‘birds-first’ organisation, with our volunteers also collecting data on other wildlife too – we work with partner organisations to monitor everything from butterflies to badgers.

Dee Estuary Birds
The Dee Estuary, on the North Wales / North-West England border, is one of the United Kingdom’s premier birding locations for wetland and shorebirds. This Web site describes the best Dee Estuary birdwatching areas with detailed maps and latest bird news for dedicated twitchers and casual birdwatchers alike.

What’s about? Get the latest…John Dempsey has been a properish birder for more than 30 years and compiled the Daily Post Country Matters column. Birdblog looks at birding in Merseyside, Lancs and beyond!

Birdlife International
Our Mission is to conserve birds, their habitats and global biodiversity, working with people toward sustainability in the use of natural resources. We are a global family of over 115 national Partners covering all continents, landscapes and seascapes. In order to save the planet, nature and species, we use our seminal bird science, collecting and analyzing data from around the world, to implement the most effective and innovative conservation measures possible.

Birding Pal
Where travelling birders make contact with local birdwatchers all over the worl