80 colonies of the Duke of Burgundy butterfly are now thought to exist...
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You don’t need to sit in a hide all weekend to enjoy watching birds. Our experts reveal everything you need to know to get great views of wild birds and understand their behaviour.
Find out why the wren has been described as ‘king’ and was persecuted for betraying the Irish.
Discover all you need to know about the smallest bird in Europe.
An annual invasion is occurring as a classic herald of winter, the fieldfare, arrives in Britain.
The time has come for swallows to leave the UK and embark on their epic migration to South Africa, so make the most of the last few in the skies.
Coal tits are a less noticeable than their larger relations, the blue tit and great tit, but these acrobatic, little birds should not be underestimated.
To celebrate 50 years of observing butterflies, Matthew Oates reveals the winners and losers of the butterfly world from the past half-century and predicts what the future holds for these beautiful insects.
One of our most stylish summer visitors is only a fleeting delight – see them while you can this month.
Birdies… eagles… albatrosses… is Bill talking wildlife, or golf? Well, both, actually.
Watch out for woodpeckers as their numbers are increasing.
Miles Irving the forager explains how to find elderflower in the countryside.