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Things to do at home

 RSPB's Flatford Wildlife Garden, Suffolk, England

Gardening in May

Spring is here - time to get planting!

Jobs for May
Goldfinch Carduelis carduelis, feeding from a garden feeder, Co. Durham,

Identify a bird

If you see a bird you don't recognise use our free handy tool

Try it out
 Tree sparrow, Passer montanus, clinging to fat cage feeder in garden, Durham.

Feed the birds

Find out what is and isn't safe to feed birds at home.

Safe food for birds
House sparrow Passer domesticus, adult female in hedge, Bedfordshire, England

Brush up on hedge law

Now it’s nesting time, what are the rules on cutting hedges?

Hedge law

Baby birds in the garden

Found an injured or baby bird? Here's how you can help.

Help baby birds

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News and stories

Chance of a rosy future with record year for roseate terns

Wednesday 6 May 2020 by Anna Feeney

A man enjoying a solitary walk through a woodland reserve

Our latest statement on coronavirus (COVID-19)

Friday 1 May 2020 by

Fun for the whole family – the RSPB are running a virtual nature quiz!

Thursday 30 April 2020 by By Anna Feeney

Martin Harper's Blog

An update on the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the RSPB and our sector