British wildlife

The pine marten is the second rarest carnivore in the UK (after the wildcat)
Delight as video footage confirms the presence of pine martens in Northumberland.
Schools across the UK have worked with researchers to study the soil, and its inhabitants, in their grounds.
Our nature reserves exclude a large percentage of the population. Too often, those with a disability still can’t enjoy the wild places that they may help fund. But improving access isn’t rocket science, says Bo Beolens.
The popular annual awards had a record response this year.
A male white-faced mason bee
Conservationists are asking the public to look out for an under recorded species.
An osprey has returned to her nest at Rutland Water earlier than expected.
Wood anemones are perfect indicators a forest is older
Naturalist and author Amy-Jane Beer answers your wild question.
Beachgoers had an awful surprise after Storm Emma. 
Garden birds will be struggling with the freezing temperatures
The "Beast from the East" brings a cold snap for garden birds.
Badgers may attack and kill hedgehogs, but that doesn't mean they are solely to blame for the latter's decline, says Carly Pettett. 
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