The RSPB was founded as a campaigning organisation, by women seeking to ban the trade in wild bird plumages for hats that was driving species to extinction in the late 19th century. It took the Society’s early campaigners 32 years to secure that first major victory, the Importation of Plumage (Prohibition) Act, and we’re still in it for the long haul today.
Our HQ campaigns team is made up of Steven Roddy, Steph Landymore and Kim Matthews – our job is to help you get involved in influencing the decisions that affect the wildlife you care about. You can find out about our campaigns here, and on the campaigning web pages: www.rspb.org.uk/campaignwithus.
Want to hear all our latest campaigns news by email? Sign up to be an RSPB Campaign Champion: www.rspb.org.uk/campaignchampions, and download our Guide to Campaigning to help with your own campaigns too.
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