RSPB Contact Number: 0176 768 0551

To contact RSPB, the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, give their headquarters a ring on 0176 768 0551. You can also use the phone number: 0176 769 3680 to support them by volunteering or donating.

All living creatures are helpless against humans; this is why there are countless conservation efforts and groups that try and protect all manner of creatures and beasts. Most of the time, only the larger animals are protected or those who are much more exposed in media. Not everyone seem to care about ordinary birds, butterflies or frogs. This is where the RSPB comes in.

In the view of the entire history of life of the world, humans have only been around for a very small fraction of the time but it is with deliberate human actions that the entire world has been changed both for the better and for the worse. There are many who would argue that human civilization is the root cause for the decline of wildlife population due to the decimation of their habitat as well as direct assaults on their very lives and species population due to hunting, pollution and inadvertent endangerment and extinction related to human technologies and actions.

RSPB stands for Royal Society for the Protection of Birds. It may say ‘Birds’ on their name but they also protect other creatures such as insect, fish and frogs. The society was founded in 1889 to oppose the use of plumage in hats. Today, they are about 1 million strong and are active in their advocacy for the preservation of bird and wildlife in the UK.

Contact the RSPB by Phone

If you need some wildlife advice, then call their Wildlife Advice line on 0176 769 3690.

If you want to contact RSPB, you can call them on their head office phone number: 0176 768 0551.

This contact line is open from 9am – 5:15pm on weekdays.

If you believe in their advocacy and would like to support them by becoming a member, offering to volunteer or donating, then call the RSPB Supporter Services Team on 0176 769 3680.

If you want to report trapped or injured animals or birds or the illegal trapping, taking or trading of birds, then you can call the RSPB investigating team on 0300 1234 999 if you’re in England or Wales, on 03000 999 999 if you’re in Scotland and on 0845 600 8000 if you’re in Northern Ireland.

Email the RSPB

You can also send them an email on their general queries and feedback email address: birdwatch@rspb.org.uk

Visit the RSPB Online

You can also use their online contact form here: http://www.rspb.org.uk/contactus/form.aspx

If you are witness to a wildlife crime and it involves firearms or some other form of danger, then call the police.