British Wildlife

Turning back the clock to recreate a traditional wildflower meadow has been a labour of love for Trevor Dines.
The European water vole is a large species of rodent found throughout much of Britain, but has undergone a serious decline in numbers. 
Hornet robberfly (Asilus crabroniformis)
We asked entomologist Steven Falk to choose his top robberflies to spot in the UK.
Orange-tip butterfly egg
Discover how to find and identify eggs of five common butterfly species.
Your wild question answered by entomologist Richard Jones.
Nightingale singing in a tree
Slightly larger than a robin, the nightingale is well-known for its lilting, beautiful song but can be surprisingly hard to spot. 
These invasive non-native species are causing harm to environments and native wildlife.
Raccoon
Find out about some invasive non-native species that could cause big problems if they become established. 
BBC Wildlife contributor Mike Toms answers your wild question.
Green Hairstreak butterfly
Green butterflies (and moths) are rare across the globe, but why? Entomologist, and BBC Wildlife contributor, Richard Jones answers your wild question.
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