• London and the south east is the new frontier for new bird species

    London and the south east of England are on the front line of climate change in the UK, with the region’s birds already reacting to an apparent one degree rise in average summer temperatures since the 1980’s.

    Most species are moving north to remain in their comfort zone, meaning some European species, like the hoopoe, little bittern and zitting cisticola are likely to become resident in the not too distant…

    • 5 Dec 2017
  • Celebrating 2017 in the South East

    Christmas is a time for sharing, so we wanted to share some of our best 2017 moments with you in the run up to the holidays.

     

    We asked staff from across our South East reserves to send us their own personal ‘wow’ moments from this year, the little triumphs that remind them why they love working for the RSPB, and being part of the bigger picture that you have helped us to build, as members, visitors, volunteers…

    • 1 Dec 2017