How the RSPB is run
The RSPB is a non-statutory body incorporated by Royal Charter. The Charter was originally granted in 1904 and, together with the Statutes, provides the rules and guidelines under which the RSPB operates. We endeavour to manage our affairs efficiently and transparently.
Our RSPB President
History and wildlife presenter Miranda Krestovnikoff is our President. She was elected by RSPB members in October 2013.
Annual Report 2020-2021
We look back on our successes over a year that was dominated by the Covid-19 pandemic
The RSPB Council and funding
How is the RSPB funded?
Learn about how we get our funding, from tax awards to telephone and face-to-face fundraising.
Annual Report 2020–2021
From saving special species to influencing public policy, get all the latest updates of the RSPB’s work 2020–2021
The RSPB's approach to campaigning
The RSPB has campaigned for more than 125 years and we continue to stand up for nature.
Management policies and procedures
Find key management policies here, including detailed and downloadable policy statements.