British wildlife

House sparrow
BBC Wildlife contributor Mike Toms answers your wild question.
House martin nest
BBC Wildlife contributor Mike Toms answers your wild question.
Wasp
BBC Wildlife contributor Richard Jones answers your wild question.
Wren
BBC Wildlife contributor Mike Toms answers your wild question.
Pine marten
Hilary Macmillan from The Vincent Wildlife Trust answers your wild question.
Conventional farmers are often blamed for declining wildlife populations, but many of us do try to be responsible, says Duncan Farrington.
A pair of turtle doves on the plot of land in Staple
Conservationists buy plot of land to save the rare birds. 
Lapwings are ground-nesting birds
Culling predators such as foxes and badgers is only one of a range of options to help improve the breeding success of waders, argues Jennifer Smart.
A female emperor dragonfly ovipositing (laying eggs)
Visit some of the best places in the UK to see dragonflies and damselflies. 
Are there big cats in the British countryside?
Photos of 'big cats' taken on trailcams or smartphones are not evidence for their presence in the British countryside, says Andrew Kitchener. 
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