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|Archived Since:||July 6, 2011|
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....
Ben Dalgleish is a 17 year old wildlife photographer from Staffordshire. Read how he balances his love for nature with his school life, and how he got into taking such wonderful photographs.
Sometimes the simplest of ideas can create the most beautiful spectacles...
Trevor Dines from Plantlife explores the colours in winter flowers.
Simon Wightman, RSPB Senior Land Use Policy Officer, looks at how working with nature can help to alleviate the risk of flooding.
Four years ago, Richard Bowler moved to rural Wales in the hope of photographing wildlife. He wasn't expecting what turned up in his garden...
Bird Ringing Recoveries Officer at the British Trust for Ornithology.
Scott Newey, an ecologist from the James Hutton Institute, explores the issues facing Mountain Hares – and explains why we don’t even know how many there are.
Adam White, Series Producer for The Watches looks ahead to his first Winterwatch and our second visit to Mar Lodge.
The designation of 23 new Marine Conservation Zones mean that 8,000 square miles of UK waters now have environmental protection.
Wendy Cooper is a regular contributor to the Springwatch Flickr groups. here she talks about how she got into photographing our wonderful wildlife.
Do you know your tawny from your barn or the difference between your short and long ears? This Wing Tips guide gives you everything you need to tell apart our British owls.
Big Schools’ Birdwatch is about to celebrate its fifteenth birthday – but if you’ve not heard of Big Schools’ Birdwatch before we'll give you a little bit of background detail.
More than a quarter of the UK's birds are now on the Red List for endangered species. Some of them may surprise you...
Children are happier, healthier and more creative when they are connected to the natural world. This should be an option not just for a few, but for every child in the UK.
Facts and figures of bird migrations from Bardsey Bird & Field Observatory