Keep doing your bit for wildlife!
We may all be largely confined to our homes, but there are still lots of ways that you can help wildlife - whether it's from your window, on your street, during your daily exercise or in your garden.
From the comfort of your own home...
- Check out UKCEH's top tips to learn what's what outside your window. Once you can tell your hoverfly from your honeybee, get involved with your very own FIT Count!
- Keep the kids busy with these wild activities from Amphibian and Reptile Conservation, or become an ID pro yourself!
- Let your wild side loose with ideas and inspiration from The Wildlife Trusts' 30 Days Wild.
- Want to get involved in bat monitoring? Start here, it's easy!
- Learn which common garden birds are which, with this handy guide from The Wildlife Trusts
- Keep tabs on the bird life around your home with the BTO's free BirdTrack app
- Have you seen any swifts yet? If so, record your sighting on the SwiftMapper website.
In your garden or outdoor space...
Letting nature reclaim parts of your garden, and allowing wildflowers and other native plants to grow, is a great way to support wildlife. Let us know what you're doing using #letitgrow and tagging @BBCSpringwatch on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.
- Follow these top tips from Kate Bradbury on making your garden a wildlife haven
- Create a wildlife pond - follow these tips to make an amphibian paradise, and learn how to give your new water feature the best surroundings for its new inhabitants. Best of all, you really can build one out of anything!
- Once you've built your pond – get tips and tricks on how to look after them and ID all the new the dragonflies visiting your garden.
- Take part in Garden Dragon Watch to find out if you share your green space with any reptiles and amphibians.
- Build a B&B for bees with this step-by-step guide from the RSPB
- Give a hog a home - you might even end up with a prickle of hoglets roaming round!
- Watch hedgehogs in your garden and add your observations to Hedgehog Street's new Hedgehogs After Dark survey.
- Get closer to nature on your doorstep this lockdown and join families in their gardens for the Big Wild Sleepout this weekend.
When you're out for your daily exercise...
- Get up early one day and head out to hear your local dawn chorus. It's much easier to socially distance at this time of day too!
- Download the free Mammal Mapper app and help to track our declining British mammals.
- Although a sad sight, recording roadkill each year tells us much about how wild mammals are doing in the surrounding landscape. Join in with PTES's Mammals on Roads survey.
- Find out more about the wildflowers that surround us every day with Plantlife's #WildFlowerHunt
If you live near the coast...
- Don't forget to do a #2minutebeachclean while out on a walk!
- If you're lucky enough to see seals this year, take a photograph but remember to keep your distance and watch wildlife responsibly. These tips from the Cornish Wildlife Trust are here to help!