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toadstool or mushroom artwork
Autumn is when a variety of mushrooms are on show in British woodlands. Use our ID guide to try and spot these 12. 
Illustration of male and female duck looking very similar after moulting.
August is a quiet month with most birds' energy being used to renew their feathers, but there's some strange behaviour in the garden and a summer glut to watch - both involve ants.
Fighting between siblings can be serious or ritualised. © Federico Gemma
Discover all you need to know about competition between fox cubs. 
New Forest pony.
The best places to visit for a memorable experience with nature by Wild Guide author Lucy Grewcock. 
Bittern in reeds
Reserve warden Paul Green explains why you should visit RSPB Minsmere, Suffolk, this summer. 
Starling egg
Here are 12 eggs you’re most likely to find in your garden, local park or on a country walk. 
Blue tit illustration from garden birds spread
The April dawn chorus may be a tuneful wake-up call for us, but it's a serious business for garden birds. Males must sing ceaselessly from first light to keep their mate's attentions from wandering. 
Sand martin
Use our guide below to help you to spot 12 migrant and resident birds in the UK. 
White tailed bumblebee
White-tailed or buff-tailed? Our guide will help you recognise 12 early-emerging bee species - many of which are common in gardens.
You don’t need to dive to enjoy our amazing marine wildlife - a mask and snorkel will do just fine. Here are the UK's 10 most spectacular snorkelling areas. 
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