British Wildlife

Grey seals in the snow at Donna Nook
Scientists studying the reaction of seals to stress have found differences between individuals, and that appearances can be deceptive - a calm-looking seal doesn't necessarily mean a stress-free one.
Tawny owl at roost in woodland (captive bird)
BBC Wildlife writer Mike Toms answers your wild question.
Song thrush
Ornithologist Mike Toms explains the song thrush's unique feeding behaviour.
Common whelk
Q&A editor Sarah McPherson uncovers the mystery of a common beach find. 
Lackford Lakes in the frost
Bundle up warm and see if you can spot any wildlife as you walk off your Christmas Day indulgence and blow away the cobwebs with a visit to a nature reserve.
Whinchat
There has been a 47 per cent range contraction since the early 1970s. Mike Toms from the BTO explains why. 
Harris hawk
Native to the Americas, Harris hawks are now breeding here in the UK, but are they really a threat to joggers asks Paul Stancliffe?
If you are new to the waders, then make it your business to learn the most common or easy to recognise species first. 
Ash trees have a variety of folklore myths surrounding them
Our native trees have been steeped in myth and legend for thousands of years, each having their own magical associations and stories. 
Sheep grazing at Curbar Edge, Derbyshire
Christian Dunn discusses the effect of removing sheep from our uplands.
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