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Your weekly round-up of this week's important nature stories...
With so many native British species it's hard to be an expert on everything - but your friends don't need to know you aren't...
Its been another busy week for British Wildlife news. Here's what you need to know...
The comma butterfly has not had an easy time of it, but times are changing.
The Watches visited the Forest of Dean in Gloucestershire to record a beautiful forest soundscape.
With us now in the heart of summer, what better time to go on a butterfly hunt? And while you're at it why not help out with the biggest butterfly survey in the world...
A musical classic with a fascinating link to British nature.
They live in our towns and cities, but there's actually no such thing as a sea gull. So what are those creatures after our chips?
Life behind the scenes at BBC Springwatch
We asked, you provided and there's some great news to share.
No, they don't breathe fire...
Ideas to get you out and experiencing wildlife this summer.
We've had one of the hottest months on record - what should you be doing for wildlife right now?
Another Japanese export that's changing the way we think about our world...
Today is one of the days when people take more notice of the nature around them than usual. It's flying ant day.
This weekend is the time to celebrate our beautiful meadows. National Meadows Day, Saturday 1st July, is a nationally recognised day where we're encouraged to look at our meadows and think about how we can encourage the wildlife that lives in them.
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.