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This guest blog by RSPB Scotland Mull Officer Dave Sexton charts the thirty year history of white-tailed sea eagles on Mull. From the famous first female to nest to the trials and tribulations of the first chick’s maiden flight and how it nearly all went horribly wrong.
With more and more books about nature hitting our shelves, we asked Unsprung guest Rob MacFarlane to give us four of his classic nature reads. Our presenters, predictably has added his own.
Simple tips to help garden wildlife - some of our most cherished species are under threat in the UK. Follow these simple tips to help sparrows, hedgehogs and others.
Update from the Springwatch series producer about the Big Spring Watch.
Help us track how fast spring moves
The Orcas of the West Coast of Scotland
Photographing insects isn't easy so we asked Kate Stenton, Summerwatch young guest blogger and photographer, for some top tips.
It had all the hallmarks of an unfortunate accident: large sea eagle chick jumps up and down on nest, flapping wings, loses balance, misjudges landing and topples off nest to fall 30 feet to the ground below.
Guest blogger Lucy McRobert offers some words of advice for budding young naturalists.
Guest Blogger Jason Alexander chellenges you to to let the wildlife come to you.
An introduction to timelapse photography by Tom Walker.
Young guest blogger Elizabeth Guntrip celebrates the work of Butterfly Conservation.
Citizen science round-up from 2014
Top 5 Autumnal Photography Subjects
A Wonderful Set of Primaries
Winterwatch returns live from the Mar Lodge Estate in the Cairngorms, 19-22 January 2015.
What IS that sound? Take part in this very tricky Unsprung quiz and ID the nature sounds.
Take part in tonight's Unsprung quiz - can you ID these cones?
Winterwatch 2015 pellet quiz for Unsprung
All these bones are the same, from three different animals. We want to know which bone you think it is and which animal it belongs to. Good luck!