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© BBC Wildlife Magazine
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.
How to identify wildlife signs
Midsummer is the best time to look for signs of grazing. Everything from tooth marks to leftovers will help you to identify who was hungry.
How to identify wildlife signs
It's great fun finding owl pellets, but do you know who made them? Here are the key features to look for – and some other birds that also produce pellets.
Robin illustration
January brings the first signs of spring – if you listen out you may hear the beginnings of the dawn chorus – but the drama of winter survival for birds continues to be played out on the bird table.
Magpie image by wildlife photographer Andrew Parkinson
The magpie has the worst reputation of any British bird. But, says Derek Niemann, the case against our piebald corvid is far from black and white.  
Common seal, UK.
Seeing a seal is very exciting, but can you tell the difference between a grey seal and a common seal? We reveal what to look for – and the behaviour you are most likely to see.
How to watch British wildlife binoculars symbol
From early summer, any small pool will attract dragonflies and damselflies. To identify these insects and observe their behaviour, you need a good pair of binoculars.
Illustration of juvenile blue tits
In July, the year's first broods have only just dispersed, but second attempts are already underway. For most garden birds this is nearly impossible, but some are better able to exploit this summer's bounty.
Little owls article opening spread. Photo by Andy Rouse.
The pint-sized little owl is our fiercest bird of prey – but does it belong in the UK? Derek Niemann charts the changing fortunes of a plucky immigrant.
How to watch British wildlife
An easy guide to the mustelids (members of the badger family) you are most likely to encounter.
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