|Title:||For the Love of Birds : Story of the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds|
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|Publisher:||THE ROYAL SOCIETY FOR THE PROTECTION OF BIRDS; First Edition edition (1988)|
The original members of the RSPB were all women who campaigned against the fashion of the time for women to wear exotic feathers in hats, and the consequent encouragement of "plume hunting". To this end the Society had two simple rules:. That Members shall discourage the wanton destruction of Birds, and interest themselves generally in their protection. That Lady-Members shall refrain from wearing the feathers of any bird not killed for purposes of food, the ostrich only excepted.
The problems facing birds, other wildlife and the environment are large and complex. To make the greatest impact, the RSPB has nature recovery groups which prioritise species, habitats and sites, setting clear objectives for each. It also works with other partners, sometimes on a landscape-scale, to do all that it can to save nature. The RSPB takes action by: Monitoring and analysis. Identifying the changes and problems facing wild birds, wildlife and the environment so that it can direct support where it is most needed
More info on Royal Society for the Protection of Birds. For a bird to be on the red list it must fulfill any one of the following four criteria:. A globally threatened species. A decline in the UK population (1800 to 1995). At least a 50% decline in the UK breeding population over last 25 years. At least a 50% reduction in the UK breeding range over last 25 years. A lake on the RSPB West Sedgemoor reserve. The RSPB maintains 203 reserves throughout the United Kingdom, covering a wide range of habitats, from estuaries and mudflats to urban habitats
The RSPB was founded with the aim to end the fashion for wearing plumage in the 19th and 20th century. The fashion for feathers was at its height in the Victorian and Edwardian era and included extremely extravagant headdresses, which were often decorated with whole birds.
He is the wildlife columnist for the Royal Horticultural Society's The Garden and has written many articles for other magazines, including the RSPB magazine Birds. He continues the popular Nature Note in the Daily Telegraph started by A trained zoologist, Robert Burton is an established author in the field of everyday natural history, focussing on the commonplace rather than the exotic or unusual. He is the wildlife columnist for the Royal Horticultural Society's The Garden and has written many articles for other magazines, including the RSPB magazine Birds. Coming from a family of natural historians, Robert Burton has grown up with the concept of the garden as a sanctuary for birds and other animals. Although he has pursued his nature studies all around the world, he now works mainly from home, where he has plenty of opportunities to observe the visitors to his garden.
Royal Society for the Protection of Birds facts for kids. Kids Encyclopedia Facts. The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) is an organisation registered in Great Britain as a charity. It was founded as the Plumage League in 1889 by Emily Williamson. The RSPB works to promote conservation and protection of birds and the wider environment. It runs public awareness campaigns and petitions, and it operates nature reserves throughout the United Kingdom.
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The RSPB is the country’s largest nature conservation charity, inspiring everyone to give nature a home and secure a healthy environment for wildlife. The winter can be a tough time of year for birds. But there are 10 top ways that you can give them a helping hand. Find out what to do if you spot a baby bird. Birds & wildlife.
The RSPB speaks out for birds and wildlife, tackling the problems that threaten our environment. We are the largest wildlife conservation organisation in Europe with over one million members. Wildlife and the environment face many threats. Our work is focussed on the species and habitats that are in the greatest danger.