Tourists spend £8.2m in Dumfries and Galloway after travelling to see red kites.
River restoration project spawns success after only a few months since it was finished.
Thousands of school children to take part in UK's biggest schools wildlife survey.
Farmers in Fife and Angus are heralded as saviours of one of Scotland's fastest declining birds
General licence system used as cover for criminal destruction of birds of prey
Regional bird accents, once thought to be lost in the UK, can still be heard on the other side of the world.
Noisy and gregarious, these cheerful exploiters of man's rubbish and wastefulness, have managed to colonise most of the world.
Conservation status: Green The chaffinch is the UK's second commonest breeding bird, and is arguably the most colourful of the UK's finches.
The long-tailed tit is easily recognisable with its distinctive colouring, a tail that is bigger than its body, and undulating flight.
Count the wildlife that's counting on you, 28-30 January. Register now for Big Garden Birdwatch!
Make it easy for our garden creatures to move freely between gardens.
Water brings a magical quality to your garden, and is the key to life for so many creatures that live in it.
RSPB Minsmere is a fantastic coastal nature reserve that's perfect for families and host to BBC Springwatch.
This is an unusual and special landscape where you can enjoy a vast expanse of open heathland and old oak woodland and home to BBC Autumnwatch 2016
Leighton Moss is the largest reedbed in north-west England, and home to some really special birds such as breeding bitterns, bearded tits and marsh harriers.
Big Schools' Birdwatch is an educational activity that gets your class closer to nature.
Go on the hunt for fabulous fungi! How many different shapes, colours and sizes can you spot?
Curriculum-linked resources, from worksheets to classroom activities and fun games
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