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The official national twitter account for the RSPB, sharing ups & downs of nature and natural environment. Managed by Ross, Lucy and Briony, Mon-Fri 9-5.
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RSPB 9h
New from Natures Home Magazine: 4 ways to have a nature-friendly festive feast
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RSPB 11h
The answer to our earlier quiz is... Dipper! Well done to all those who got the correct answer
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RSPB 12h
snow?! Where abouts are you?
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RSPB 12h
Replying to @theWolf740
Hi Lee - if this was a regional project then we would advise contacting your regional office
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The World at One 14h
"Farmers and landowners play a crucial role" in making sure there's food, habitat and water to says a leading conservationist
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RSPB 13h
Afternoon everyone - it's quiz time! Can you identify this feathered friend? Good luck, answer at 5pm!
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RSPB 13h
Replying to @theWolf740
Hi Lee - if you can give us more information then we can send you through to the right team
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RSPB Skydancer 17h
Two more hen harriers go missing - read more in our latest Skydancer blog post from Project Manager, Cathleen
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RSPB 18h
The link isn't working for us - not sure if its just an issue our side?
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RSPB 18h
Replying to @naturalistdara
Good luck Dara!
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RSPB 18h
Replying to @MamadeOrlando
Hi Rachel - you can find them on the website here: there are also contact details on the webpage if you need more information
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In Our Nature Nov 22
It’s to stand up and keep safeguards top of the agenda – is it in yours?
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RSPB 20h
"Hurry up everyone, it's nearly the weekend!"
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RSPB 22h
Find out what its like to study penguins on one of the remotest islands in the world
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RSPB Nov 23
New from Saving Species: Studying penguins on one of the remotest islands in the world
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RSPB Nov 23
Replying to @superflick_
It should not take time for a bird to get used to a ring so it is unlikely that the ring is causing the limp. For further advice on ringing please contact the British trust of Ornithology.
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RSPB Nov 23
Replying to @pooroldbird
Hi - sorry to hear that you are having issues please call our dedicated team on 03007772610 (calls charged at standard rate) who will be able to record your preferences manually.
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RSPB Nov 23
This looks like a female chaffinch. Sadly it does look like it may have Trichomonosis. For advice on this disease contact garden wildlife health
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RSPB Nov 23
Another fantastic suggestion!
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RSPB Sandwell Valley Nov 22
Check out this blog by and their with leaves, trees and seeds!
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