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UK bird populations are under threat

This is from things like climate change, farming, expanding towns and cities and growing infrastructure. Over-fishing also cuts down the amount of food available to birds. The good news is, there are things you can do to protect bird habitats.

You could grow a wildlife-friendly garden that offers food and shelter for birds, provide water for birds to clean and bathe in, or make a box for birds to nest in. Birds rely on wetlands and coasts, the state of our water has a big impact on their numbers.

Living a greener lifestyle by recycling, saving energy and using water economically at home can help reduce pollution in habitats that birds rely on. One of the best ways to protect birds is to join the RSPB, the largest wildlife conservation organisation in Europe.

The RSPB protects birds and manage habitats for them and other wildlife, which includes looking after 200 nature reserves.

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