Ornithologists and birders may enjoy the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB). The origins of the RSPB trace back to Emily Williamson, who founded the group from her Manchester home in 1889. Since then, the mission and work of the organization continue to expand to promote "species recovery" and conservation efforts. The site is packed full of useful learning tools and resources to explore. Users may want to begin by navigating to the About RSPB page, where they can learn the history and mission of the organization. From there, explore the Our Work page, which features News and Blog sections detailing the state of birds and biodiversity in the United Kingdom. Under the Birds & Wildlife page, users can explore interactive features such as "Identify a bird," a tool that asks questions about the location and look of a bird to attempt to identify its species. On the Get Involved and Reserves & Events pages, users can learn more about activities hosted by the RSPB. Finally, under Fun & Learning teachers and other users will find games, activities, and other resources to bring birding to life in their classrooms or homes.