Come and learn how to give nature a home!
As part of the largest wildlife conservation organisation in Europe, RSPB Northern Ireland is committed to protecting birds and wildlife and inspiring everyone to give nature a home in their patch.
Across the UK, the charity has more than 1.1 million members and more than 200 nature reserves, including some very special sites in Northern Ireland like Belfast's Window on Wildlife in the heart of the bustling Harbour Estate and the stunning Rathlin Island.
As well as owning and managing nature reserves, the charity runs educational programmes, carries out scientific research, and aims to influence policy and legislation by working with politicians and other decision-makers.
They do everything with a passion, inspired by the knowledge that Northern Ireland is special and its rivers, lakes, bogs, mountains and meadows are unique. They want to protect our wonderful wildlife for future generations to enjoy but they can't do it alone.
You can support the RSPB in lots of different ways, from joining as a member, volunteering your time or by doing something practical in your own garden like building a bug hotel, erecting a nest box or digging a small pond. To find out more visit www.rspb.org.uk/homes or come along and meet the RSPB at Culture Night 2016.