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After emerging, bats fly off fast, often in small groups.
Discover all you need to know about pipistrelle bats. 
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Gardens can be surprisingly good locations to film wildlife, and with a bit of forward planning and the help of John Aitchison you can produce your own Springwatch by fitting CCTV to a specially adapted nestbox. 
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Watch out for woodpeckers as their numbers are increasing. 
A fallow deer about to give birth will restlessly stand up then lie down again.
Discover all you need to know about the parenting skills of the doting fallow deer. 
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BBC cameraman John Aitchison reveals how to film a breathtaking footage of a kingfisher. 
An adult fox will retreat rather than face a female badger protecting her cubs.
Discover all you need to know about the protective, parenting practice of the badger. 
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House martins have just arrived back in the country – but where have they been?
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The difficulty with dinosaurs is that, for some people, they represent an inconvenient truth.
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BBC cameraman John Aitchison demonstrates how to film migratory waders on coastal mudflats. 
A female hare and her leverets.
Discover all you need to know about the family life of the brown hare. 
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