Dormouse in nest by Zoë Helene Kindermann
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Pond dipping at Woolley Firs by Ric Mellis
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Wild Writing by Nicola Chester
Winter migrants are arriving to spend the winter here, and there are colourful plants, fungi and even the last of the flowers to look out for.
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Every autumn, headlines warn about spiders invading our homes. But what’s the real story with our eight-legged neighbours?
Leaves are changing colour and migrant birds are arriving; all signalling autumn is here. Find out which wildlife to look for this month.
As trees shed their leaves, a bounty of berries is revealed - a vital resource for many birds and small mammals through the winter.
Autumn is the perfect time to look for fungi, but what hides beneath the towering toadstools?
In the month when autumn really starts to take hold, look out for these species in your garden, local green spaces and on your walks
With nearly 90 nature reserves to choose from in our three counties, which are the best to visit this month?
Discover autumn colours, fabulous fungi and wintering wildfowl.
Winter migrants are arriving to spend the winter here, and there are colourful plants and fungi to discover.
Find out which wildlife to look for this month in our area.