• One Little Box - saving UK wildlife one quid at a time

    Blogger: Gena Correale-Wardle, Senior Community Fundraiser

    Have you seen our RSPB pin badge boxes in your local area? The little green boxes perch on counters in garden centres, coffee shops, hotels and pubs, proudly displaying their lovely enamel wares. For the suggested donation of £1 you can be the proud owner of one of over 50 current badge designs from tawny owl to killer whales.

    These fabulous little badges…

    • 16 May 2013
  • In praise of rain

    Blogger: Rachael Murray, Project Officer

    I’m off on holiday to Turkey next week, and ever since I passed that tantalisingly irreversible milestone of booking my flight, I have been pondering what I will wear on my ‘tropical’ adventure. With blue skies and wall to wall sunshine in mind, my list consisted of tiny vest tops, shorts and flip flops...bliss!

    So, imagine my dismay when the day came to check…

    • 15 May 2013
  • Seeing the wood for the trees

    Blogger: Phil Pearson, Conservation Officer

    Hintlesham Woods, one of the largest blocks of ancient woodland in Suffolk and part of the RSPB’s Wolves Wood Reserve, has received considerable attention over the past twelve to eighteen months. The reason is this: despite it being a nationally important Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) for the trees, plants and birds that it supports, National Grid were exploring…

    • 3 May 2013