From rockpooling at the beach to walking through wildflower meadows, summer is a very special season for enjoying wildlife. Explore our fascinating wildlife with these great clips.
Mike Dilger's top tips on encouraging wildlife into an urban garden.
Mike Dilger's top tips on encouraging wildlife into your garden.
Mike Dilger's top tips on encouraging wildlife into a farmland garden.
Mike Dilger's top tips on encouraging wildlife into a woodland garden.
The number of moles caught as prey often peaks during August. Here we find out why.
After two weeks underground, water voles emerge and begin their swimming lessons!
In this clip we see the sheer complexity of a water vole's burrow.
Regular flooding, lack of food and predators make life tough for the water vole.
Rabbits are easy to spot above ground but little is known of how they live below.
Here we learn more about rabbits' incredible ability to breed.
As well as using their warrens as homes, rabbits need to be able to escape from them.
Rabbits need to breed in huge numbers in order to survive, as predation is high.
Moles spend most time underground and have evolved to be fantastic diggers.
Water voles can actually be quite easy to spot, if you know what to look out for.
As one of Britain's most prolific burrowers, rabbits are relatively easy to spot.
It is almost impossible to see moles as they very rarely venture above ground.
Chris Packham suggests spotting foxes with your nose, rather than your eyes.
Badgers are wary of humans and can be difficult to get to know.
Badgers have bad eyesight but they make up for it with their other senses, such as smell.
Badgers are social creatures and spend a lot of time on personal hygiene and grooming.
Badgers spend nearly 70% of time underground and their territories are incredibly complex.
Like humans, rabbit kits will survive on their mother's milk for their first few meals.
Mike Dilger's top tips for encouraging wildlife in coastal gardens.
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