Support Us

There are various ways you can support us. When we work together there’s hope – for wildlife and for us. Be part of the RSPB at Wild Haweswater.

Donate to us

By making a donation, you are helping to save rare species, look after iconic landscapes and speak up for nature at a time when it really needs you. Thank you.

Leave a Dedication

There are many ways to remember someone special, for those who share a love of birds and nature, a donation to help restore and protect it is a lasting tribute.

Volunteer with us

There’s an RSPB volunteering opportunity for everyone. You don’t need to know a wren from a robin – all are welcome in the fight to save nature. Find out more.

Job Vacancies

We believe our work makes a real difference to the world we live in. It takes a great team to save nature and we need a wide range of skills to make it happen.

Celebration Wood

Haweswater’s Celebration Wood lies adjacent to the mossy ancient woodland of Naddle Forest. This wild corner of the eastern Lake District National Park is a beautiful, peaceful place for quiet reflection and communion with nature.

By planting a tree here, whether in memory of a life or to mark a special occasion, you’ll be helping to restore and expand this rich habitat. Every tree in Celebration Wood has a story.

Lee Schofield book - Wild Fell

Buy Wild Fell

Wild Fell, written by the RSPB Site Manager for Haweswater Lee Schofield, is a call to recognise that the solutions for a richer world lie at our feet; by focussing on flowers, we can rebuild landscapes fit for eagles again. A landscape of flowers is a landscape of hope.

It was published in February 2022, with the paperback out a year later in March 2023. Since its release, this popular book was Highly Commended in the James Cropper Wainwright Prize 2022 in the Writing on Conservation category, and winner of the Richard Jefferies Award 2022. 

Grab your copy today!

Join the RSPB

Help to restore, protect and care for the places our wildlife call home. Get closer to the nature you care about at over 170 RSPB reserves. By joining, you’ll help us protect wildlife for generations to come. Become a member today and be part of the RSPB.

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