Get out this month to hone your wild berry spotting skills. You can find even more ways to improve your naturalist skills in the September issue of BBC Wildlife.
Making casts of animal prints is fun for children and an interesting way to collect evidence of the wildlife visiting your patch.
Local Patch Reporter Jonathan Proud captures footage of young badgers feeding in daylight.
You've found a skull, but how do you know which small mammal it belongs to? The detective process starts here...
Discover four of the best places to spot a kingfisher.
Local Patch Reporter Zoe Cheadle explains how to identify a male, female and juvenile great spotted woodpecker.
BBC Wildlife reader Becca Buxton shares her caterpillar sightings.
Discover four of the best places to spot an otter.
We asked BBC Wildlife readers, which is your favourite nature reserve and why? Here are 21 reserves that you favoured.