RSPB Medal

The RSPB Medal is awarded annually by the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds[1]

According to the RSPB:

The RSPB Medal is the Society's most prestigious award. It is presented to an individual in recognition of wild bird protection and countryside conservation. It is usually awarded annually to one or occasionally two people.[1]

The medal was first awarded in 1908.[2]



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