You can help take birds out of danger
The 2021 Birds of Conservation Concern Report is sobering. Familiar birds like swifts and greenfinches have joined the Red List for the first time. The nature crisis runs deep.
But there’s hope, thanks to amazing people like you who give so generously. Red kites, bitterns, and ospreys have already left the Red List. Just last year, white-tailed eagles joined them, so now have a much brighter future. The road to recovery for more Red-Listed birds has already begun.
Please make a monthly gift today to step-up efforts to save birds still under threat, like swifts, roseate terns and curlews. There are no ‘quick-fixes’. Saving a species takes time and needs regular support. We need to act now. Together, we can change the world for birds.
Protect birds under threat
Help the birds you love
The road to recovery starts with you
Wildlife friendly farming could help lapwings flourish
Having helped lapwings on reserves, your monthly gift could now help them in the wider countryside through providing advice to wildlife-friendly farmers..
Discover where swifts go to feed on insects
Your monthly gift can help our scientists find out where swifts forage for food and what they are feeding on.
Protect island homes of a rare seabird
Your gift could help support roseate terns on Coquet Island in Northumberland and create suitable nesting sites elsewhere in the UK.
Save species in four steps
We use a four-step strategy to save birds in danger. And your monthly donation today can help us at every stage.
- From diagnosing the decline in swifts
- To testing solutions to help curlews
- Expanding work to help roseate terns
- Or sustaining a recovery in white-tailed eagles
Every gift, every month, will help birds under threat enjoy a safer, more secure future in years to come.
Together, there’s hope
Make a gift with impact
Make a monthly donation today and you’ll receive a special newsletter twice a year updating you on efforts to save Red-Listed birds, alongside other vital RSPB work. Thank you for supporting us as generously as you can.