1,141 mammal species – 25 per cent of those known to science...
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Just tell us which animal each nose belongs to, and you could win an insulated Páramo Torres jacket and trousers – worth £250.
Read the winning entries of the BBC Wildlife Nature Writer of the Year competition 2013.
Our annual travel-writing contest is always hard-fought and this year was no exception. But Andrew Scott's tale about a school outing to the coast of Newfoundland triumphed.
Do you use a remote camera? Whether you’re a researcher or a keen amateur wildlife photographer, enter your best photos and you could win a great prize.
Enter our nature-writing contest and share your passion for wildlife and wild places. You could win a place on a research expedition to Madagascar!
Banish the winter blues by reliving an incredible wildlife journey in the form of a short story. Who knows – it could lead to further adventures...
Prime your palette and sharpen your HB enter your finest work in our art competition for the chance to win a fabulous painting safari.
This year, our Nature Writer of the Year competition attracted scores of excellent entries. Read the judges' winners here – and see if you agree with their choices.
Talented artists spread their wings to create stunning images of the world's wildlife.
Our annual travel-writing contest is always hard-fought and, with nearly 200 entries, this year was no exception. But Pete Dommett’s evocative tale about Lithuania’s annual bird rally triumphed.