RSPB

0844 257 4474

Contact RSPB by calling 0844 257 4474 to speak to the supporter services team at the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds. Created in 1889, it is a charity in the UK which promotes the conservation of birds and their environments. It maintains around 200 nature reserves, publishes a magazine for its members, and runs campaigns to help raise awareness about protecting birds. RSPB does not offer animal rescue or bird hospital services, however. They can only provide advice on what to do about birds in the wild or gardens.

RSPB Contact Numbers

Department
Contact Number
Opening Times
RSPB Customer Services
0844 257 4474
(Mon – Fri) 8am – 8pm
(Sat – Sun) 8am – 8pm
RSPB Membership
0844 257 4475
(Mon – Fri) 8am – 8pm
(Sat – Sun) 8am – 8pm
RSPB Wildlife Advice
0844 257 4476
(Mon – Fri) 8am – 8pm
(Sat – Sun) 8am – 8pm
RSPB Volunteering
0844 257 4478
(Mon – Fri) 8am – 8pm
(Sat – Sun) 8am – 8pm
RSPB Complaints
0844 257 4479
(Mon – Fri) 8am – 8pm
(Sat – Sun) 8am – 8pm
RSPB Press Office
0844 257 4480
(Mon – Fri) 8am – 8pm
(Sat – Sun) 8am – 8pm

RSPB Customer Services

Contact RSPB customer support services by calling 0844 257 4474. You can call to learn more about their work and what exactly they do. Enquire about conservation projects and research at their science centre. Find out about their casework and RSPB positions on wider nature policies. Call to locate the nearest RSPB nature reserve and check opening times or visitor activities. Or call to locate the nearest RSPB office within your region. You can contact RSPB regarding their primary website or their online shop and items for sale.

RSPB Membership

Funding for the organization largely comes from membership fees and donations. If you join RSPB, or gift a membership to someone, you are helping them to run nature reserves and provide other resources such as information guides to support and protect birds. Call 0844 257 4475 to receive support with monthly or annual memberships. These could be family, child, or single or joint memberships. Get help with payment and renewals or your membership pack. Or call about becoming a Life Member or a Guardian of Sherwood.

RSPB Wildlife Advice

Whether you are an intermediate birdwatcher or a complete amateur, you can always call RSPB on 0844 257 4476 to get advice on birds. Find out the best ways to help wild birds in your area according to their diets and habitats. Learn how to provide shelter and food and water in your own garden and turn it into a mini nature reserve. Check the law on bird nests and eggs before interfering with them in the wild. Or call for help with identifying a bird. You can speak to an expert at RSPB about bird behaviour and physiology.

RSPB Volunteering

If you want to do more to help birds with RSPB, you could join their 12,000 volunteers. You don’t need to be a member to volunteer, but under-18s need permission from a guardian. Call 0844 257 4478 to learn more about volunteering and find out about local opportunities. Enquire about training or reimbursing expenses. They can tailor volunteer roles to your skills and interests. Enquire about residential or abroad opportunities, or even internships. Or you can call to enquire about recruitment for full career vacancies.

RSPB Complaints

RSPB encourages feedback about their organization and operations, especially from its own members and supporters. This includes compliments or suggestions for improvement. If you think that RSPB is failing to meet a commitment, you can make a formal complaint. Call 0844 257 4479 to make this claim, and be sure to provide enough information about the cause and resolution requirements. RSPB will investigate it, follow the relevant processes, and keep a record. Or call to find out how to report crimes against wild birds.

RSPB Press Office

The RSPB media centre provides topical news relating to the RSPB. Call 0844 257 4480 to contact them or ask to speak to a regional media officer. They issue press releases on things like school workshops, their nature reserves, national events, and information on relevant laws or survey data. You can call to discuss such press releases or to get further statements. Members of the press can also contact RSPB to request an interview with an expert on bird conservation. Or call to enquire about other resources, like photographs.