Thanks to the efforts of too many groups to mention here, red kites are making a comeback to our skies, and can now be seen in many of their old haunts right across the UK .
Our Date with Nature scheme runs many projects that get you close to red kites all-year round - Top Lodge, Galloway kite trail, Ceredigion and Argaty.
However, we occasionally only get a brief window of opportunity in which we are able to show you these fantastic birds, which is the case in mid-August when we'll be at Knebworth Park. And as well as getting to see red kites soaring and gliding in the air above you over their new home, you'll also get to see some other red wildlife - red deer!
Our friendly staff and volunteers look forward to seeing some of you there.
With all their chicks fledged successfully, the show is over this year for the family of peregrines we've been following on our London webcam.
However, this isn't the end of peregrines in London. From this weekend, you'll be able to find us outside the Tate Modern, 12 noon-7 pm daily, where we'll have telescopes set up to show you the peregrines that roost on the museum chimney.
We look forward to seeing you there.
Unfortunately, it's bad news from the New Forest hobby nest.
On Saturday, when we switched on the hobby nestcam, only one egg remained in the nest (there had been three). Even though the female was still visiting the nest and spending short periods of time incubating, she hasn't been at the nest since Sunday morning and the egg will be cold and will not now hatch.
Both the male and female hobby will remain in the area, but it is too late in the season for them to attempt another nest. This is obviously a great shame.
However, friendly staff and volunteers will be at the New Forest Reptile Centre until the end of August and report that there's still plenty of wildlife about in the Forest for you to come and enjoy.