British wildlife

Basking shark
BBC Wildlife contributor Cat Gordon and the Shark Trust talk about sharks around Britain. 
Last year, nature bloggers kept us enthralled with their wildlife tales and now our Bloggers of the Month have been whittled down to one.
The solitary bee species has been added to the British list of bees
However, it seems that the species has actually been in Britain for a couple of hundred years.
The reindeer was washed up on Coquet Island
The deceased mammal was found washed up on Coquet Island.
The vote for the UK's favourite nature writing is open until 25 January 2018
The public are being asked to vote for their top book about the natural world.
The young otter was found half a kilometre from the nearest river
The baby otter was rescued from a garden after getting lost in bad weather.  
Agri-environment schemes have resulted in an increase in some farmland birds
A new study monitors numbers of birds and shows an increase in some priority species.
The willow tit could be extinct in London
A recent publication reveals mixed fortunes for the capital’s avian population.
Lackford Lakes in the frost
Bundle up warm and see if you can spot any wildlife as you walk off your Christmas Day indulgence and blow away the cobwebs with a visit to a nature reserve.
Whinchat
There has been a 47 per cent range contraction since the early 1970s. Mike Toms from the BTO explains why. 
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