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Elliott Simpson writes about the white tadpoles he found near his home in Norfolk.
Claire Boothby, BTO’s Garden BirdWatch Development Officer, discusses how feeding birds can aid their survival and influence evolution.
There is some exciting habitat management work going on at Arne.
RSPB Arne covers around 550 hectares, this represents almost 1% of lowland heath in England.
Over the last weekend of January an extraordinary wildlife phenomenon occurs across Britain.
Mark Thomas, Montagu’s harrier species lead for the RSPB recalls events in July 2016 when Martin Hughes-Games joined the team trying to catch and satellite-tag an adult female Montagu’s harrier in Norfolk.
Lee Barber from the BTO gives us the latest updates on the bird ringing data from RSPB Arne.
Series Producer Chris Howard highlights the animals we'll be following in Winterwatch 2017.
The high-pressure system has been stuck over Scandinavia for well over two weeks now and the resultant easterly winds across the North Sea have provided ideal conditions for the arrival of birds.
BTO Migration Blog - Part One: Look to the East
Springwatch Series Producer Adam White reflects on the 2016 Springwatch journey
Wildlife artist Robert Fuller writes about his life with an adopted weasel that was found abandoned in York.
Cameraman Jim Manthorpe talks about how he manages to film such spectacular shots of our golden eagle nest.
Find out about the UK National Fish Vote from founder Jack Perks
Springwatch series producer Adam White looks ahead to the upcoming series
All this week BBC Radio 4’s Guide to Coastal Wildlife will show people the sounds of the coast. Ed Tooth, National Trust ranger on the Farne Islands, writes for Springwatch about the sounds that make the islands - a wildlife haven off the Northumberland coast – special.
Dr Steve Portugal from the Royal Holloway University of London explains the mystery of the not-so-simple birds egg.
Plantlife are working to restore small pools of our culture...
Start surveying your garden butterflies this spring, and provide invaluable data to help the delicate visitors to your patch.
Spring is in the air, literally, as seabirds start to return to Yorkshire’s coastline for the breeding season, writes Yorkshire Wildlife Trust's Jess Charlton....