- British Wildlife
- Wildlife Gardens
- The Magazine
The latest stories from the News section of the BBC Nature web site.
Updated: 31 sec ago
A camera set up to capture images of Scottish wildcats in Sutherland has photographed a bird species rarely seen in Scotland.
Cold War bunkers are the latest attempt to save bats from white-nose syndrome, a disease that has killed up to 6.7 million bats in the US and Canada.
Why are hedgehogs not welcome in the Hebrides?
Summer of Wildlife is a major new BBC season set to reveal the wonders of the UK's remarkable plants and animals.
The world's most dedicated conservationists have been recognised at the annual Whitley Fund for Nature awards.
Step into springtime at Sydenham Woods for a woodland festival.
The largest group of living whales believed to have been seen travelling together in or near the Firth of Forth is recorded by pilots from the air.
The European Commission will restrict the use of pesticides linked to bee deaths by researchers, despite a split among EU states on the issue.
Police in Lancashire are searching for a mystery marsupial after people reported seeing one near Garstang.
The migrating birds illegally killed and trapped during Malta's spring hunting season.
An area of coastal waters around North-West France is identified as a site for a previously unknown ice-free refuge for salmon during the Ice Age.
An angler who reeled in a giant skate weighing 107kg and 2.3m long after a 90-minute battle says the struggle came after a "classic Jaws moment."
Bird watchers and hillwalkers are being asked to keep an eye out for hen harriers in an attempt to conserve their numbers.
Wildlife experts are to discuss whether large animals that were native to Scotland in the distant past could one day be reintroduced.
Whales, dolphins and porpoises are to be photographed and their calls recorded during a new survey of marine life off Scotland's west coast.
Dinosaur fossils unearthed in Madagascar are of a new species that roamed the Earth around 90 million years ago, say US researchers.
Two grey seal pups rescued over the winter are released back into the wild by a Guernsey animal charity.
Footage reveals how moths use their abdomens in flight control, bending their bodies to fine-tune the forces that keep them airborne.
The genome of the coelacanth fish - a "living fossil" - is sequenced by scientists.
One of Scotland's rarest carnivores is showing signs of recovery after years of declining populations, a new report suggests.