Royal Society for the Protection of Birds
The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) is a charitable organisation registered in England and Wales and in Scotland. It was founded in 1889. It works to promote conservation and protection of birds and the wider environment through public awareness campaigns, petitions and through the operation of nature reserves throughout the United Kingdom.
|Founded||1889Fletcher Moss Botanical Garden, Manchester,|
|Headquarters||The Lodge, Sandy, Bedfordshire, England|
2 Lochside View, Edinburgh, Scotland
|Revenue||£88.28 million GBP (2006)|
|£69.7 million GBP (2006)|
|£3.68 million GBP (2006)|
Number of employees
In 2019/20 the RSPB had an income of £112 million, 2,000 employees, 12,000 volunteers and 1.1 million members (including 195,000 youth members), making it one of the world's largest wildlife conservation organisations. The RSPB has many local groups and maintains 200 nature reserves.