Find out more about deer management issues.
Early flowering plant report from Nature's Calendar.
Gordon Buchanan's quest for a truly iconic bird.
Winterwatch Unsprung quiz - Tuesday.
There's 92 species of birds on the list for the year already; some favorites are American Pipit, Loggerhead Shrike and Wilson's Plover. I've never kept a year list before. I don't generally "do" lists, but thought it might be entertaining for a while. Show More Summary
We went wandering over to Apalachicola this afternoon to look at the shrimp boats there and found this gentleman first. He came over to tell us about the bald eagle he sees around the marina. I thought maybe he was the watchman, but no, he said he's camping out there beneath the maritime museum building until they give him a job. Show More Summary
Unspung quiz Monday
Behavioural ecologist Damien Farine explains the significance of the UK's small fat bird
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Sometimes you just don't know who's living right next to you. Such was the case for us this year. We had no idea that bald-faced hornets had set up housekeeping in the edge of our woods. It was well after leaf fall that we discovered this large nest, just head-high in a small beech tree. Such industrious workers, those hornets.
Martin Hughes-Games wants to hear how your local wildlife has fared in 2014's wet winter weather.
Nick Baker wants to solve your wildlife mysteries.
Ask wildlife camera expert Nigel Bean whatever you want to know about filming animals.
Euan McIlwraith tell us what's it's like to work on Winterwatch and reminisces about his wild times in the Cairngorms.
Nick Acheson of Norfolk Wildlife Trusts on the variety of crossbill species you can see in the UK during the winter of 2013/14.
The weather has not been camera friendly the last few times I've ventured out for a walk or a paddle. As a result, I have very few current pictures to share. What I do have are some shots from this past summer and fall that I can share. Show More Summary
For the new BBC One series Hidden Kingdoms, made by the BBC’s Natural History Unit in Bristol, the team turned to composer Ben Foster and BBC National Orchestra of Wales to provide the soundtrack for this innovative new series. Jake Jackson, recording and mix engineer, explains he process.
My goodness, it's been a while. Pablo from over at Round Rock Journal suggested it was about time that I post something here. Perhaps he's right. Things certainly have changed since I posted last - it may take a bit to learn my way around...Show More Summary
Peter Holden, head ranger at Mar Lodge Estate, Aberdeenshire on the local winter wildlife.