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Bill Oddie
Buzzard numbers are soaring in Britain – we should celebrate the species’ success, not threaten it.
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A surge of unseasonal siskins into gardens has capped a topsy-turvy summer.
Bill Oddie
In the good old days, you had to be much more inventive when filming wildlife...
10 reasons to be cheerful spread
It's easy to get depressed about the state of the natural world, but Steve Harris says it's time we learnt to look on the bright side. Here are his reasons why. 
Harbour seal, Vancouver, Canada.
Why do animals have whiskers? And how do they work?
Roe deer opening spread
There may be more roe deer in Britain now than ever before. Learn more about these intriguing mammals which now thrive in modern landscapes and how to age them from their antlers. 
How to identify wildlife signs
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.
A curious young common seal among swaying kelp on the coast of Lundy Island
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. 
Male orca surfacing with dorsal fin slicing through the water.
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.
How to watch British wildlife
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.
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