British Wildlife

How to identify wildlife signs
Early spring is a great time to look for the cast antlers of British deer.
How to identify wildlife signs
Mammals are notoriously difficult to see. Often the only signs of their presence are the droppings left on footpaths, your lawn or your bird table. 
How to identify wildlife signs
Our guide on how to find and identify animal tracks and trails as they are well preserved in wet mud (or snow). 
How to identify wildlife signs
In winter the vegetation dies back, making it easier to spot mammal holes and burrows. But do you know which holes belong to which animal?
How to watch British wildlife
In spring, newts start to return to garden ponds to breed. Now is a great time to watch their fascinating behaviour.
Most of us would like more wildlife to visit our gardens, and making your patch attractive to birds, mammals and invertebrates needn’t involve a lot of work. Here are our easy tips for creating a wildlife haven in your backyard.
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Britain's best wildlife destination? With the mightiest mountains, wildest forests and most alluring animals, BBC presenter Gordon Buchanan votes Cairngorms. 
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It's time for a summer safari - here is a list of species to spot to keep you busy. 
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Release your inner kid and go rockpooling. 
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To eavesdrop on feeding bats with a bat detector is to enter another world.
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