Thank youYour support is making a difference for nature every dayPat on the back   
 June is bursting into lifeSo many of you have shared stories of new life in your gardens, so this month’s Notes on Nature is all about celebration! We want to show our appreciation to nature, for being there for us over the last few months, and to thank our supporters and volunteers for all that you do.
 Nature – the tonic for difficult timesIt’s clear that wildlife has taken a new role in your life over the last few months, keeping you entertained and your spirits lifted. We’ve loved your photos, your #BreakfastBirdwatch tweets and seeing all the ways you’ve been experiencing nature during lockdown. 

Sadly, the wildlife that’s been keeping us well and healthy is in steady decline. So thank you so much for helping to protect what’s left. We’re seeing so many fledgling birds at the moment, and many of them simply wouldn’t be here without your support. Wildlife thanks you.Seen baby birds? 
 A celebration of volunteersVolunteers’ Week 1-7 JuneWe couldn’t achieve all we do without the help of our fantastic volunteers – and there’s an incredible 12,000 of you! Thank you to everyone who usually volunteers with us, and for those who are still volunteering right now.Give your time 
  What’s happening?    
What’s about in June?From house martins to hedgehogs, June’s a great month for wildlife. Find out the best wildlife to see this month.What can you spot? People-powered conservationThe RSPB would be nothing without its members and supporters. Find out how you’re helping save nature.Our star people Where to start with plants?Lockdown’s lifted slightly, and garden centres are opening. Find out how to make your garden as wildlife-friendly as possible.Garden centre tips 
 Be kind to natureNature’s great for all of us – and you never need to go far to see something amazing. When you’re out and about, make sure you’re considerate of nature – you’ll be rewarded in spades!Alert to nature
 Become a memberHow about it?We’d love you to come and join us! If you join us this month, you’ll be a part of our work to safeguard wildlife and wild places all over the UK.Join the party 
 Still time for a Big Wild SleepoutGo wild in your gardenIf you missed the Sleepout, you haven’t missed out! Look at our YouTube playlist for some outdoor inspiration.Wild at night 
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