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A new series is coming to BBC One. Wild UK will focus on the beauty of one of the natural world. To celebrate BBC Springwatch has gathered some gorgeous photos of wilderness in the UK.
Believe it or not (we don't!) its been 20 years since the Harry Potter books first appeared on the shelves of book stores across the UK. We've been looking at some of the beautiful animals that featured in the series of books.
The world famous festival won't happen in 2018, and there's a really good reason why...
Ring ouzels are affectionately know as mountain blackbirds. Our friends at RSPB have written a blog telling us all about them.
Butterfly Conservation Ambassador Kate Bradbury explains how you can help reverse butterfly declines by planting a pot for pollinators
It’s been a busy few weeks for the Project Godwit team, but they're very happy to be able to give you an update on their headstarted godwits.
Paul Stancliffe from the BTO writes about why this is the best time of year to see our most exciting migratory species.
An experienced National Trust ranger was left reeling after a rare hazel dormouse danced up his back. James Robbins, a ranger on the conservation charity’s Cotehele Estate, Cornwall, was checking the 60 dormouse nest boxes in a wooded valley on the estate earlier this month.
Ben Moyes and Ben Porter, also known as 'The Bens', went to The British for Ornithology’s (BTO) annual Bird Camp to volunteer as camp leaders. Here both Bens tell us what they got up to.
At RSPB Sandwell Valley in the West Midlands, a team of volunteers are working hard to inspire others to protect and preserve nature.
The organisation is calling for nature photographers to share their photos of puffins with fish in their bills as part of its "puffarazzi" campaign.
Russell Dornan from the Wellcome Collection's digital team explains his latest project, Sharing Nature, and how you can get involved too.
Lee Barber from the British Trust for Ornithology shares his experience of ringing tawny owls - a species of medium conservation concern.
Our social media producer writes about his excitement before his first series of Springwatch.
Trevor Dines from Plantlife writes on how soaring temperatures and global warming are affecting our plants.
Every year, hundreds of thousands of midges appear in the Scottish highlands. But from where, and why?
An amazing commitment to saving our beaches and marine life.
Series Editor Rosemary Edwards writes about why she's looking forward to BBC Springwatch having a new home.
BBC Springwatch Series Producer Chris Howard writes about why he's looking forward to the upcoming series of Springwatch.
BBC Springwatch has asked Instagram user @SnappyRuss to look after our account for the weekend. He's been talking about why he's looking forward to it.