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17 September 2014
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Discover nature activities across the British Isles

Migrating birds (Image c/o RSPB Images and Chris Gomersall)

Migrating birds

Our islands, coasts, estuaries and wetlands are great places to watch migrating birds during the autumn.

Watch nature film guides

Seal pups video

Go on a seal safari in Scotland.


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Seal safari

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Deer rutting

Deer rutting

Mice and Voles (Image: Mouse)

Mice and Voles

Seal spotting (Image: Seal pup)

Seal spotting

Autumn is the season to watch one of nature's great spectacles - deer rutting.

Top tips for spotting mice and voles, and advice on how to trap them humanely.

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Salmon leaping c/o PA Images

Salmon leaping

Red Squirrel

Red Squirrels

Starfish c/o Natural England

Rock pooling

Read our top tips on watching salmon leaping as it prepares to spawn in the autumn.

Autumn is a brilliant time of year for Red Squirrels. Follow our top tips for a squirrel safari.

Our islands and coastlines offer excellent opportunities for marine wildlife watching.

Capercaillie (Image: RSPB Images/Duggan)


Bat watching (Image: Bat c/o RSPB Images/Chris Shields)

Bat watch

Swan spotting (Whooper Swan c/o RSPB Images/Sue Tranter)

Swan spotting

Autumn is the season to watch one of nature's most intriguing creatures - the Capercaillie.

Discover bats in their natural environments before they hibernate for the winter.

Autumn is when wild swans arrive from their breeding grounds in Iceland and the Arctic.

Activities (Image: Swan)

Hands on Nature

More nature locations.


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Nature's Top 40

Top nature spectacles.

Competition (Image: Swallow(


Your photos of nature.

Breathing Spaces (Image: Logo)

Breathing Places

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