In autumn and winter you can see large, mixed flocks of thrushes feeding in fields and hedgerows. Here's how to tell the difference between two of our winter visitors.
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Love is in the air in February! Listen out for birds singing and look out for early spring flowers
From early spring flowers and farmland birds to frosty footprints there’s plenty to look out for this month.
It's a great season for bird lovers with the addition of our winter migrants, and some fierce fights over territory are underway!
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.
Find out which wildlife to look for this…
Our wonderful supporter Aoife (9) shares all the fun things she's found to do at the C.S. Lewis nature reserve with her mum Imogen. We think everybody could give these a try - whatever your…
And why do some go red, while others turn yellow?
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.