British Wildlife

Nightingale
The nightingale has always had a reputation as being one of the best songsters on Earth. Here's where to hear its lovely, mellifluous tune.
Kestrel caught on a trail camera
Wildlife blogger David tests out his trail camera in a West Sussex park and captures a fantastic photo. 
Adder basking in the sun
BBC Wildlife features editor Ben Hoare answers your wild question. 
Grey seal
BBC Wildlife columnist Amy-Jane Beers finds out how grey seals are rescued and rehabilitated. 
Ring ouzel
Discover 6 fascinating facts about the BTO April Bird of the Month.
Chris Packham joins schoolchildren on a wildlife watching trip.
Wildlife blogger Emma Caton joins a trip to show schoolchildren the wonderful array of bird life that can be found near the coastal town of Poole, UK. 
Children on a habitat hunt
Keep your children busy during the Easter holidays with these fun wildlife games from Born to be Wild by Hattie Garlick. 
Barn owl
British farmland supports countless animal species. Here are four that are suffering mixed fortunes.
Hawfinch
The elusive hawfinch is renowned for its super-sized, super-strong bill. Discover more about the seed-splitting skills of this little bird.
Oystercatchers
Discover 6 fascinating facts about the BTO March Bird of the Month.
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