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How to identify wildlife signs
In winter the vegetation dies back, making it easier to spot mammal holes and burrows. But do you know which holes belong to which animal?
How to watch British wildlife
In spring, newts start to return to garden ponds to breed. Now is a great time to watch their fascinating behaviour.
How to identify wildlife signs
When the vegetation dies back in autumn, it's time to look for abandoned bird and mammal nests.  
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If you're bursting to try more wildlife activities this spring, why not have a go at one of these? We've selected five of our favourites, from watching blue and great tits nesting to nature writing and looking after frogspawn. 
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Mike Dilger of The One Show explains what you would be likely to see when watching the courtship of great crested grebes. 
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BBC Radio 4 presenter Paul Evans discovers the joys of wildflowers as part of our seasonal guide to wild activities. 
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Welcome to our guide to autumn - our top picks of the British wildlife activities you can get involved with. We’ve canvassed experts and adventurers, including friends from BBC shows Springwatch, The One Show and Coast, to help create the ultimate list of wild activities for every season.
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Welcome to our guide to summer - our top picks of the British wildlife activities you can get involved with. We’ve canvassed experts and adventurers, including friends from BBC shows Springwatch, The One Show and Coast, to help create the ultimate list of wild activities for every season.
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Welcome to our guide to spring - our top picks of the British wildlife activities you can get involved with, suggested by experts and adventurers, including friends from BBC shows Springwatch, The One Show and Coast.
If you’re serious about looking at insects in close-up, a binocular microscope is essential. Richard Jones puts some affordable models through their paces.
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