British Wildlife

Blue tit on feeder.
Birds will visit your garden if there’s plenty of food available, so the first thing to do is get up some feeders. Then you need to provide natural food, cover and nesting sites.
Hare and ptarmigan
7 must-see wildlife spectacles to warm your cockles.
Free droppings guide
Use this free guide to improve your animal dropping ID skills. You can find even more ways to improve your naturalist skills in the February 2015 issue of BBC Wildlife. 
Now the cold season has arrived, visit one of these top locations to see birds in spectacular numbers.
Robin in the snow.
The RSPCA shares its top tips on how to care for the creatures that visit your garden during winter.
Traveller's joy
Here are 12 species to look out for in a winter woodland. 
Mountain hare
Discover the best places to see high-altitude species in Britain’s snowiest parks and plateaus. 
Grey seals playing.
Discover four of the best places to see a grey seal. 
In the bleak mid-winter, foxes are busy mating! Here's how to interpret breeding season behaviour.
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