In pictures: A kingdom of colour

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  • Top trunks xx

    The Woodland Trust is calling on people to nominate England's "Tree of the Year", in an effort to increase appreciation of Britain's brilliant boughs.

  • Woodland moths Elephant hawk moth

    Members of the public are being asked to send in their sightings of the UK's bizarre and beautiful woodland moths for Moth Night 2014.

  • Pioneer ecologists Water vole

    The dedicated people preserving vulnerable wildlife and habitats.

  • Mighty minibeasts Alan Shearman

    Your pictures celebrating National Insect Week 2014.

  • Framing a 'dragon' Female common darter

    Colourful dragon and damselflies recorded in survey.

  • Garden birds Great spotted woodpecker

    The top bird visitors to British gardens have been revealed in the results of an RSPB survey.

  • Celebrating ecology Black-browed albatross (Thalassarche melanophrys) pair greeting one another, Saunders Island, Falkland Islands.

    Winning images from the British Ecological Society's annual competition

  • Butterflies count Peacock butterfly

    Public urged to count butterflies amid falling numbers

  • Dino colours Artist's impression of the original colours of the feathered dinosaur Sinosauropteryx

    How can we reconstruct the colours of dinosaurs from fossils?

  • Whitley awards Juvenile orangutan climbing tree (c) Melvin Gumal

    Recognising the world's conservationists

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