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Girlguiding LaSER & RSPB Partnership

Complete the RSPB & Girlguiding LaSER collection

Girlguiding LaSER has been working in partnership with the RSPB for the last two years.

This year we’re pleased to announce a new activity pack Together with Nature which aims to encourage girls to go outside and directly experience nature through fun activities.

Along with last year’s Brilliant Birds pack your unit can now earn both badges – this year’s Together with Nature badge was a collective design effort by 2nd East Barnet Brownies!

Download the activity packs below to start connecting your unit to nature.

RSPB Activity Packs 

  1. *NEW for 2018* Download the Together with Nature pack here
  2. Download the Brilliant Birds pack here

Order your Brilliant Birds badges by clicking here

Order your Together with Nature badges by clicking here.

Additional resources for Brilliant Birds Activity Pack:

RSPB Growing Up Wild Paw Print

Here’s your chance to earn a unique RSPB Growing Up Wild Paw Print. Simply complete the activities outdoors then fill in the evaluation form to receive your badge.

Badges cost 80p each and can be ordered from Region Office. We have a limited number of badges so these will be posted on a first come first serve basis.

Note: Girls and Leaders will be able to earn the same RSPB Growing Up Wild Paw Print if they attend an RSPB/Girlguiding LaSER event at an RSPB reserve, unless a unique badge for the event is otherwise promoted.

Invite the RSPB to your event or attend one of theirs:

  • RSPB can offer to run fun outdoor nature connection activities at Girlguiding LaSER events and large County and District Activity days (for over 100 girls to attend!)
  • Nature connection events on RSPB reserves where our members can discover more about wildlife at outdoor activity days for all sections

Do you have an RSPB volunteer near you?

  • 1 x volunteer – Greater London Kent, Greater London West, Surrey East
  • 2 x volunteer – Sussex central, Sussex East, eastern parts of Sussex West
  • 1x volunteer – Kent Weald, southern parts of Kent west, Sussex East
  • 1 x volunteer London North east, London over the Border, Middlesex East

If you do not have a volunteer covering your county please do contact us as volunteers are able to travel so we may be able accommodate your booking. There is no badge with these activities but they can be linked with many badges especially the seasonal Growing Up Wild Paw Prints.

For more information and to book a contact: adding a subject ‘RSPB volunteer booking FAO Laura’.

Share with us

Let Girlguiding LaSER and RSPB know how you’re getting on with the RSPB Growing Up Wild Paw Print by using #GrowingUpWild and sharing pictures on Twitter  with @Guiding_LaSER and @RSPBUrban!

Your feedback

Email all queries, questions and feedback to and put ‘Feedback for RSPB’ in the subject line.

More about the partnership

This partnership aims to help our members discover their passion for wildlife, get connected to nature and enjoy Growing Up Wild. RSPB is the UK’s largest nature conservation charity, they want to inspire everyone to give nature a home. Together with their partners, they protect threatened, habitats, birds and wildlife so our towns, coast and countryside will teem with life once again.

Laura Warren, RSPB’s Youth Partnership Officer (pictured below – second from right) and has been the project lead since the start of the partnership back in 2015.