In pictures: Spring
Enjoy some more stunning spring scenes
A bed of bluebells amongst the trees
A sure sign that spring has arrived, bluebells are a common woodland sight.
Young stoats appear playful but they are learning skills needed to survive in the wild.
This edible wild plant is a favourite food of wild boars.
Bluetits produce huge numbers of young timed to coincide with the spring flush of insects.
Shags on the Farne Islands
Experienced pairs steal nest material from less experienced pairs.
Sun shines through new growth
Spring leaf burst in a deciduous forest.
Red fox cub
This young cub will eventually grow up to be largest of the true foxes.
Plants in flower herald the arrival of spring the world over.
Male eider duck in Seahouses harbour
Males leave females sitting on eggs for 4 weeks and fly to Norway to find a second mate.
This plant grows in meadows and at the edges of hedgerows and woodland.
Greater horseshoe bat
These bats can eat up to 3,000 insects a night which is a third of their own body weight.