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The official national twitter account for the RSPB, sharing ups & downs of nature and natural environment. Managed by Ross, Lauren and Briony, Mon-Fri 9-5.
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RSPB 5h
Schools out for Summer! From building a bird bath to upcycling for nature there is plenty to keep the kids entertained - join the here: 🌱🌻
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RSPB 9h
We want to know where you've seen swifts nesting, where you've seen swifts nesting – perhaps entering a roof or hole in a building? Click here to submit your sightings!
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RSPB Science 14h
Do you have any old puffin photos hidden away in a drawer? 📷🎞️ We want to see them! 📸 Submit your photos at the the follwing link ⬇️ and become part of and the !
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RSPB 10h
Peekaboo!
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RSPB 14h
Replying to @EmBeeAEA
Oooo that’s a tricky one. We’ll get back to you once we’ve consulted the experts
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RSPB 15h
Temperatures are set to soar this week! Help keep your garden birds cool by regularly refilling your bird bath with cold, clean water. 🐦💧
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RSPB 16h
Replying to @pattiepoetry
Hi Megan, that's quite a sighting as the golden oriole is very secretive and difficult to see! You can find out more about them on our website here: Thanks!
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RSPB 16h
Replying to @froggylllc @holly
Hi Marie, is the egg cold? If so, then it's unlikely to be viable and best to leave where it is or deposit it safely in a bin. Thank you.
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RSPB 16h
Hi Amanda, oh dear - sorry to hear that. You can dispose of the bird in your normal black bin, please make sure it is double wrapped in a bags and please remember to wash your hands afterwards. Thank you.
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RSPB 16h
Replying to @jotraqster
That's great news, thank you for letting us know!
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RSPB 16h
Sorry to hear that Seb, thank you for caring for it - very sad news.
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RSPB 16h
Replying to @froggylllc @holly
Hi Marie, is it in a nest in your garden or is it laying on the ground? Thank you.
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RSPB 17h
Conservationist and advocate for nature, , will be part of the Inherit the Earth panel at giving her voice to the next generation and speaking up for the protection of wildlife.
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RSPB Jul 20
Seeing baby birds on their own is perfectly normal, so there's no need to be worried. more to learn what to do if you find a baby bird:
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RSPB Jul 20
Replying to @shivmckenna
Hi Shiv, oh dear, sorry to hear that. Please contact the RSPCA on 0300 123 4999 regarding these trapped birds, thank you.
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RSPB Jul 20
Replying to @freckles681
Hi, thank you for getting in touch. Oh dear, please contact the RSPCA on 0300 123 4999 or your local wildlife rescue: Thank you
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RSPB Jul 20
Replying to @lindaperry009
Hi Linda, that looks like a zebra finch - possibly an escapee from somewhere!
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RSPB Jul 20
Replying to @ChazClare
Hi Chaz, is the bird still there? Looks like it could be a juvenile. We've advice on our website here for baby birds, please take a look: Thanks!
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RSPB Jul 20
Replying to @TheCeefax
Hello, difficult to tell from the photos, but the sparrow could have some feather discolouration. You can find out more on our website here: Thanks!
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RSPB Jul 20
Hi there, it sounds like the bird has been ringed - you can find out more about the ringing scheme here on the BTO's website: Thank you!
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