British Wildlife

Blue tit video screenshot.
Local Patch Reporter Duncan Richardson has been finding out how he can use a small computer to monitor wildlife. 
Your wild challenge: Day-flying moths
Get out this month to hone your day-flying moth spotting skills. You can find even more ways to improve your naturalist skills in the July issue of BBC Wildlife. 
Tawny owl chick that got caught in the rain.
Local Patch Reporter Robert Fuller has been watching tawny owl chicks fledge. 
Rook.
Look out for some of our most intelligent garden birds and report on their ingenious behaviour. 
Common dolphins
Discover four common dolphin hotspots. 
Sunset, Arne Nature Reserve, East Dorset.
Local Patch Reporter Jennifer Hunt signed up at the last minute to a dusk walk at Arne Nature Reserve, East Dorset. 
Make a bottle trap
Bottle-traps are simple to make, and if used with care can be a great way to get a close look at local waterlife. 
Rockpool image
Head to the coast in summer to revel in rockpools – maybe the most fun you can have as a nature-lover.
How to make a wildlife pond
Create a watery haven in your garden - it's one of the best things you can do for wildlife.
Water vole.
Discover the four best places to spot the elusive water vole.