The website of the Doncaster RSPB Group has now moved to a new site and information on this site may be out of date.

The new site is at: www.group.rspb.org.uk/doncaster

Abandoned or Injured Birds

The RSPB is a conservation organisation and does not have facilities to look after abandoned or injured birds. They do, however, offer advice. Please click on the button below for advice.

A Garden for Wildlife

No matter how small your garden it is possible to encourage and support wildlife.Please click on the button below to get some expert advice from the RSPB.

Join the RSPB

To become a member of the RSPB Doncaster Local Group is not compulsory to be a member of the RSPB but we do encourage membership because of the many extra benefits you gain including free entry to RSPB sites.

Join RSPB Doncaster Group

If you would like to join the group and take part in our many activities, including learning more about birds and wildlife, then please get in touch with our membership officer by clicking the button below.

Feeding the Birds

With a number of public lakes around Doncaster e.g. Lakeside, Sandall Park, Askern there is a tendency for the public to want to feed the ducks and geese. There is no problem with this except it is important you do not feed them bread as it can cause serious and life-threatening consequences for the birds. Try rice or oats instead. Click on the button below for advice on what to feed birds generally.


Looking for high quality bird food, bird feeder, binoculars or just a nature based gift then click on the button below which will take you to the RSPB Shop.