Shared Earth is a series from the BBC Natural History Unit which celebrates the natural world and explores what we can all do to help conserve wildlife and habitats and reduce our footprint on the planet
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These birds are on the up and up in the British countryside and they seem to be increasingly taking over our towns and cities too. One family of peregrines in Worcester city centre have caused quite a stir, drawing up to 500 visitors a day. We find out what these new urbanites are up to.
The British Dragonfly Society has launched a call to arms, asking members of the public to come forward and help survey Britain's dragonflies. Dylan met Katharine Parkes, Conservation Officer for the British Dragonfly Society, to find out why they are doing the survey and how it all works.
A new scheme, called CAVAT, provides a blueprint for putting a price tag on each and every urban tree. We uncover why the scheme could be very good news for both the trees themselves and the millions of people living, working and enjoying their lunch next to them.