The bird conservation charity argues that wildlife should be protected above the waves as well as below them.
Lesser flamingos at Slimbridge Wetlands Centre
Flamingos have been observed shoving each other, in behaviour reminiscent of playground bullying. 
Our partiality to alcohol dates back to our early ancestors, according to a new study. 
Britain’s first ever black dormouse has been discovered in Devon’s Blackdown Hills. 
A new study sheds light on why it is that birds are more likely to collide with windows in domestic environments rather than large, commercial windows.
Results from the UK citizen science study, Big Butterfly Count 2017, have painted a concerning and somewhat puzzling picture of the state of Britain’s butterflies. 
The rare willow emerald damselfly has been seen for the first time as far west as Buckinghamshire in the UK. 
Saltwater crocodile
One of the world's leading crocodile researchers has uncovered surprising facts about these reptiles.
Snow Leopard
It surely counts as a good day at the office when you download images from a trailcam onto your computer - and find this...
A citizen-science study has found that one of Britain’s best-loved amphibians may soon be a rare sight. 
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