British wildlife

Bottlenose dolphins off Anglesey
The results of the National Whale and Dolphin Watch 2017 are revealed.
One of the newly described species
Researchers discover fungus species new to science in the UK.
White-letter hairstreak egg at Lennel
A declining butterfly could now be breeding in Scotland for the first time in over 130 years.
Calling all nature photographers! The British Wildlife Photography Awards 2018 is now open for entries.
Two wildlife charities have released a report on the British mammal.
Grey seals in the snow at Donna Nook
Scientists studying the reaction of seals to stress have found differences between individuals, and that appearances can be deceptive - a calm-looking seal doesn't necessarily mean a stress-free one.
Tawny owl at roost in woodland (captive bird)
BBC Wildlife writer Mike Toms answers your wild question.
Last year, nature bloggers kept us enthralled with their wildlife tales and now our Bloggers of the Month have been whittled down to one.
The solitary bee species has been added to the British list of bees
However, it seems that the species has actually been in Britain for a couple of hundred years.
The reindeer was washed up on Coquet Island
The deceased mammal was found washed up on Coquet Island.
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