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That was Springwatch 2013 - what did you think?
How a Raspberry Pi computer helped Dr Andrew Robinson find out about blue tits nesting 100 miles away.
Can you match the tattoo to the Springwatch team member?
The extraordinary behaviour of long-tailed tits who help to raise others' young.
Why the common spotted orchid is so special.
The importance of tree health has been brought home at the Chelsea Flower Show 'stop the spread' show garden.
Camera trapping provides a non-invasive insight into the animal world.
Why there is simply nowhere better than on a rocky shore.
As the weather warms, bats become more active and very occasionally they can find their way into trouble.
The Story of the Springwatch Clash Volume 2 - Springwatch 2013
Why red kites in the Chilterns now see gardens as an easy source of food.
Entomologist Steven Falk describes the habits of the hornet.
Camerman Richard Taylor-Jones explains why orchards are so important for the UK's moths.
Moths have a bad image, but they can be just as colourful as butterflies.
As the sea warms up, spring is the perfect time to look for marine plants and animals.
Another audio challenge from sound man Gary Moore.
Long-tailed tits are the cutest of British birds.
Who would make a home from these things?
How to monitor bird activity from anywhere in the world, with a small computer and a smart phone.
Springwatch quiz - which is the odd one out?