Wildlife and photography at its best from BBC Wildlife Magazine
Local Patch Reporter Jonathan Proud captures footage of young badgers feeding in daylight.
Local Patch Reporter Zoe Cheadle explains how to identify a male, female and juvenile great spotted woodpecker.
The decline of the song thrush has made its renowned song all the more welcome in our gardens.
Local Patch Reporter Duncan Richardson has been finding out how he can use a small computer to monitor wildlife.
Local Patch Reporter Robert Fuller has been watching tawny owl chicks fledge.
Look out for some of our most intelligent garden birds and report on their ingenious behaviour.
Local Patch Reporter Jennifer Hunt signed up at the last minute to a dusk walk at Arne Nature Reserve, East Dorset.
The colourful, but shy bullfinch is a welcome, rare addition to the garden.
Local Patch Reporter Sally Huband has been on a fascinating search for eggcases.
Local Patch Reporter Ben Dolphin discovers a very noisy great diving beetle under the bonnet of his car.
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