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Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB)

News article

bee-eater bird
08 August 2015 | SHE

Two pairs of colourful bee-eaters currently raising chicks at Hanson UK’s Low Gelt Quarry

04 June 2015 | Education & Training

RSPB to hold eight one-day courses on various aspects of wildlife and habitat management

30 May 2015 | SHE

RSPB film crew tours mineral sites in the UK and Europe in preparation for project’s final conference

02 December 2014 | SHE

Working together for nature delivers some outstanding results for biodiversity and the natural environment

04 November 2014 | SHE

Company gives endangered bird a fighting chance by creating flower-rich meadow close to nesting site

Turtle dove (photo: Andy Hay)
07 October 2014 | SHE

Company working with RSPB on mission to help reverse decline in one of the UK’s iconic birds

Carolyn Jewell
07 October 2014 | SHE

NAM programme manager speaks at Society for Ecological Restoration’s European Conference in Finland

Dove Holes quarry
15 July 2014 | SHE

CEMEX UK’s largest quarry provides important habitat for one of the country’s rarest birds

Langford reeds (photo: RSPB)
17 June 2014 | SHE

Lafarge Tarmac and the RSPB open up visitor access to Langford Lowfields for the first time

Nesting raft at Whitesands Quarry
17 June 2014 | SHE

Junior Rangers and RNLI team up to create new nesting raft at Lafarge Tarmac’s Whitesands Quarry

Catherine Bearder MEP
22 April 2014 | SHE

Catherine Bearder MEP inspects restoration work and hears latest on progress of RESTORE project

CEMEX and RSPB work together to save sparrows
17 December 2013 | SHE

CEMEX team up with the RSPB in bid to reverse declining house sparrow population in London

Nigel Blair, Duncan Orr-Ewing and Mike Fraser
31 January 2013 | SHE

New agreement set to boost biodiversity and eco-tourism in Dunbar area

John Mills
31 May 2012 | Mineral Planning

John Mills joins the RSPB-Natural England partnership programme as planning adviser

01 February 2001 | SHE

Thanks to Robert Brett & Son and the Landfill Tax Credit Scheme, the RSPB have recently completed the purchase of their newest nature reserve at Shorne Marshes near Gravesend.