February 14th marks the start of the 20th annual National Nest Box Week (NNBW).
The latest BTO figures show fewer Blue Tits in our gardens...
The National Nest Box Week encourages people to put a nest box in their local..
During the January cold snap BTO Garden BirdWatchers sighted more birds in their gardens...
Trevor Weeks shares a seasonal snapshot of a typical WRAS week..
Goldfinches are becoming more common in our gardens and the BTO would like your help to find out why..
Do garden birds fare better in terms of survival rates than their country cousins..
Here we are into September already. Where has the summer gone? In August..
New research by the British Trust for Ornithology (BTO) has revealed that bird food provided in British gardens has helped Blackcaps..
There are many easy ways that gardeners can help pollinating insects..
Trevor Weeks MBE gives us a snapshot of a typical week in the life of the East Sussex Wildlife Rescue & Ambulance Service (WRAS)..
Trevor Dines explains the special link between the wild and our gardens that makes wildlife gardening so rewarding..
There were many birds taking advantage of the fly free-for-all..
I was down at the log pile again when I saw the leaves move..
At the bottom of my garden is a pile of logs. I was surprised how full of wildlife they are...
The first spell of properly warm weather seemed to happen overnight this year..
I had the greatest pleasure photographing waxwings in my hometown of Londonderry..
The common snowdrop is a classic harbinger of spring..
Spring is in the Scottish air, and the birds are getting ready for the courting season..
Hedgehogs are beginning to wake up around the UK and there are lots of easy ways that we can help ..
I came home one day and as I parked the car I could hear a robin singing..
It was on one of those unbelievably changeable November days - one minute..
Millie is a blind hedgehog approximately 4 years old..
Robins are very territorial and sometimes it feels as if the equivalent of the stag rut is..
Managing domestic gardens collectively to promote urban wildlife research project..
We may go out looking for wildlife, but very rarely does it look for us..
Over 500 hedgehogs end up needing care at Secret World every..
Ever since I was a child, walking in the common with my dad, I've spent a lot of my time staring up into the trees...
I could write pages on reasons why humans are drawn to..
I have a moth trap in my garden and each morning it feels like Christmas..
Just 3m away a water vole busily feeds on a reed stem and..
I began studying hedgehogs over 50 years ago, having discovered..
I went out to find my plastic bird feeder in bits. I replaced it wondering what could have done it. After replacing it for the fifth time..
Duncan Richardson: I live in a normal suburban housing estate, but its amazing how..
Bo Beolens: I was recently addressing US birders about the way things have changed..
Richard Fox: British butterflies are probably the best studied insects in the world..
Brownie returned to the wild in September 2014 after a journey to recovery from ringworm that involved him having baths and blow dries..
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