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What do birds eat in the wild? What different habitats have we got in the UK? Find out the answers to these questions and many more...

Birds

Find out some fascinating facts about our weird and wonderful birds, or findout what they eat in the wild.

What do wild birds eat?

Look outside the window. Are your bird tables and feeders full of birds and bird food? Good! Now what do you think the birds would eat if we didn't feed them? More...

What do wild birds eat?

Aren't birds of prey brilliant

Find out more about the birds of prey that make the UK their home, and download our fun activities for you to do at home, or at school. More...

Aren't birds of prey brilliant

Habitats

Habitats are made up of plants, animals, fungi, rocks, mud and water. The different mixes of these things create amazingly different homes for nature. Find out about some of them here...

Cliffs and beaches

The sights, sounds and smells of a seabird colony in Spring and Summer are enough to overload your senses. More...

Cliffs and beaches

Grassland

Grassland is home to very special plant species and some inspiring birds. Imagine exploring a meadow, pausing to take a closer look at delicate, beautiful orchids, while colourful butterflies flit by and skylarks serenade you from above... More...

Grassland

Mountain and moor - uplands

Uplands are the habitats that occur high up on mountains and big hills. They are wild, rough and stunning to look at. More...

Mountain and moor - uplands

Urban and suburban

It's not just humans that live in towns and cities. Be amazed by who else shares your neighbourhood. Even in the middle of the urban metropolis, wildlife lives alongside us. More...

Urban and suburban

Wetlands

What could be more calming than a stroll beside a river, lake or meadows? Wetlands are some of our most tranquil places. But you won't get much peace and quiet from a reedbed in springtime! More...

Wetlands

Woodland

Kicking and stamping on crunchy leaves in autumn. Beautfiul dappled sunlight shining through the canopy in spring and summer. Our woodlands can be eerily serene in winter, or full of life and noise during spring and summer. More...

Woodland

Find out more

Leave the kid's pages and learn about food chains, how animals are adapted to their habitats and why animals migrate.

Food chains

All living creatures consume something to get energy to live and grow. But where and how does the process start? And how does energy get passed from food to feeder? - Through a food chain. More...

Food chains

Adaptation - the problem of survival

We reveal the secrets of how birds and other animals survive in the natural world. This section is full of fascinating facts, from how polar bears cope with the extreme Arctic environment to the sneaky tricks that birds use to find food. More...

Adaptation - the problem of survival

Games

These games will help you understand some of the topics covered above and are good fun too!

Avian Resurrection

Help Professor Squig to put birds back on five planets. You must build two birds that will survive on each one. More...

Avian Resurrection

Bill please waiter

Feed the birds at the Woodland Restaurant. Match the foods to the correct beak type, or your guests might get nasty. More...

Bill please waiter

Food chain challenge

Put the plants and animals in the right order to open the food chain lock. In the food chain challenge game. More...

Food chain challenge