British Wildlife

How to watch British wildlife binoculars symbol
One of the best places to watch wildlife on a summer's eve is on a riverbank. Here's a quick guide to the mammals you might spot.
How to watch British wildlife binoculars symbol
Hot weather can be a problem for mammals, especially those that feed on invertebrates that are active in wet conditions. Some animals may need help to survive.
How to watch British wildlife binoculars symbol
Reindeer are such icons of Christmas that today tame animals pull sleighs. We explore the reindeer's long relationship with people and Christmas. 
How to watch British wildlife binoculars symbol
With a population of about 9 million, cats are by far the most abundant predators in Britain. Yet they are also among the least studied and we know little about their impact on local wildlife.
How to watch British wildlife binoculars symbol
Among our smallest and most beautiful mammals, harvest mice are widespread but rarely seen. To find them, search for their nests in grassy habitats in late summer and early autumn.
How to watch British wildlife binoculars symbol
Foxes are easiest to see in the wild when their cubs are born (May - July). Here's our handy guide to the behaviour you are most likely to see.
How to watch British wildlife binoculars symbol
Spring and early summer are the best times for watching rabbits. Find a warren, then get in position for first light and settle down with a pair of binoculars for a fascinating day.
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The morning after a spring gale is an ideal time to walk along the beach to see what has washed ashore. Scan the debris and you might find seal and whale bones.
How to watch British wildlife binoculars symbol
Grey squirrels are among our most frequently seen wild mammals, especially in gardens and parks. Late winter is a good time to watch them, since they are so easy to see.
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Winter can be tough for mammals and birds that do not hibernate or migrate to warmer climes. Here are some of the strategies that they use to cope with cold, wind, rain and lack of food.
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