British Wildlife

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While most mammals can adapt to the cold, many small mammals give up the fight. We explain the strategies they adopt to cope with bad weather.
How to watch British wildlife
Feeding mammals in your garden is a great opportunity to learn more about their behaviour. We reveal the best food to feed some of our most popular wild animals.
How to identify wildlife signs
If you have wildlife scrabbling in your attic or crashing around on your roof, you need to know how to identify it and how to deal with it.
How to identify wildlife signs
You can learn a lot from broken bird eggs, including whether they hatched naturally or were predated.
How to identify wildlife signs
It's easy to spot holes in trees, but do you know who lives there? We explain how to identify which hole belongs to which species.
How to watch British wildlife
Your lawn is a rich source of food for a wide range of animals. We reveal how you can tell who’s been feeding there – and on what.
How to identify wildlife signs
It's great fun to dissect an owl pellet and see what it has been eating. Here's how to do it and what animal remains you might find. 
How to identify wildlife signs
Tall vegetation in midsummer makes it easy to spot the regular paths that wild animals take - and where they rested.
How to identify wildlife signs
Predators are feeding young in June, and remains of kills can be seen outside dens, on plucking posts and under trees. Here's how to identify the killers from prey remains.
How to identify wildlife signs
Spring is a good time to look for mammal skulls. The end of winter is a peak period of mortality for many species, and skulls can be found virtually anywhere.
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