​Contact us

To cut down on the amount of SPAM emails, we now have only one email address: 

 

info@reading-rspb.org

Group Leader:
Dr. Peter Spillett
tel: 0118 947 3186


Group Treasurer:
Ken Imber
tel: 0118 942 1502

Group Secretary:

Marjy Carden

 

Group Membership:
Jeremy Rayner
tel: 0118 950 4460

Indoor Meetings Organiser:
David Glover
tel:

Outdoor Meetings Organiser:
Peter Scudamore
tel: 0118 947 0449

RSPB Membership:
George Noble:
tel: 01491 680563

RSPB Sales and Events Organiser:
George Noble:
tel: 01491 680563

Newsletter, Programme and Website:
Carl Feltham
tel: 0118 941 1713

The RSPB has a wealth of information on birds and wildlife,  if you have a specific question or enquiry please check out the pages below, as the answer is probably there.

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​Information on birds

Where have all the birds gone?

Have the birds disappeared from your garden? Swallows failed to return this year? No blue tits on your peanuts? We've got the answers - and some advice.           More...
 

Feeding birds

What food can you leave out for birds and how can you keep your feeding station hygienic and pest-free? Here you'll find the answers to all your bird feeding questions.       More...
 

Birds and water

Many people put food out for birds, but fewer provide a regular supply of clean water. Birds need water for drinking and bathing.      More...
 

Baby birds

In spring and summer, it's common to see young birds on the ground that look as if they've been abandoned by their parents. Read on for advice on what to do if you find a young bird...     More...
 

Nestboxes

Find out how to provide, or make, nestboxes for birds in your garden.     More...
 

Birds and windows

Birds and windows do not mix successfully. The common problems are when birds collide with windows or start to attack them, or if they start to eat the putty.    More...
 

Nesting mallards

Mallards start to pair up in October and November, and begin nesting in March.     More...
 

Trichomonosis in finches and other garden birds

Since summer 2005, a disease caused by a microscopic parasite has been reported in finches in gardens. Since then, outbreaks have been seen every year during the late summer and autumn. Find out more about it and what you can do to help.      More...
 

Roofs for wildlife

House sparrows, starlings, house martins and swifts regularly use buildings as nest sites. The last two species are almost completely dependent on them. Roofs are also important habitats for roosting bats.      More...