British Wildlife

Road sign migratory toads crossing
Toads marching to ancestral breeding ponds are one of the UK’s greatest wildlife spectacles.
Hare in field
Here are four ways that farmers can support wildlife on their land – and be paid for it.
In winter, UK thrush populations are boosted by visitors from colder climes. So where exactly do they all come from?
Badgers mate in spring, then delay producing cubs for months. But why?
Discover 6 fascinating facts about the BTO February Bird of the Month.
Pied wagtail
Why winter brings these little black-and-white beauties to town.
Bar-tailed godwit
Discover how waders use their unique bills and special sensors to detect tasty treats. 
Common rough woodlice
Discover 6 fascinating facts about the Buglife January Invertebrate of the Month. 
Discover 6 fascinating facts about the BTO January Bird of the Month.
Wild boar
How wild boar populated Britain and how we can share UK woodland with them. 
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