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If you have rats or mice in your house, you need to know what signs they leave, what problems they cause and how to get rid of them humanely.
You don't have to travel very far to see an inquisitive common seal – Brett Westwood shares the best places to encounter these charismatic creatures in British waters.
Use our spotter's guide to help you identify the UK's bright and distinctive ladybirds.
Badgers are one of the easiest mammals to watch; their eyesight is poor and if you are downwind, still and silent, it is easy to get close to an active sett.
You don’t need to travel overseas to encounter orcas. Rob Lott introduces the largest, most exciting hunters in British waters – and wonders if our only resident pod has a future here.
Birdsong in all its many forms is surely one of the greatest pleasures, says Mark Cocker.
Bats can be hard to identify, but you can tell the most common species apart by their behaviour, size, flight pattern, wing shape and habitat.
Warm days in March herald new arrivals and trigger the onset of egg-laying in some daring garden birds, which finely balance the advantages of getting started early against the risks of burning out.
The diaries are new and pristine: 52 empty weeks wait expectantly, ready to be filled with plans for wildlife watching galore. And to help you map our your year, we've created the ultimate list of wild activities for every season.