Back up to: Saving Species
30/30 Brett Westwood rounds up a busy year and revisits some key stories from Saving Species.
29/30 Brett Westwood investigates fungi with tights, or the attack of the powder cap strangler!
28/30 Brown hares are in decline in North Wales, but why?
27/30 This week Saving Species is all about trees and forests.
26/30 We report from Assisi in Italy where world religions have come together to save wildlife.
25/30 Including a report on studies to tag and follow the movements of sea horses.
24/30 With Brett Westwood. From the National Botanic Garden of Wales.
23/30 Saving Species talks to Alastair Fothergill about his series, Frozen Planet on BBC1.
22/30 Saving Species asks if success with species conservation can ever become a problem.
21/30 Saving Species catches up with the work in Outer Mongolia on the Bar-Headed Goose.
20/30 The Pika, a small mountain mammal, is blamed for the degradation of grassland.
19/30 Zoo vets talk about the role of conservation medicine in saving wildlife.
18/30 Saving Species reports from the North Slope of Alaska to find the Spectacled Eider duck.
17/30 Saving Species is outdoors, in the wilds of the UK and seventy north in the Arctic.
16/30 This week, the Horrid Ground Weaver - a creature found only in one place in the UK.
15/30 Saving Species reports from the Wailing Wall in Jerusalem on the conservation of swifts.
14/30 The latest news about Chris, the Africa-bound cuckoo, and the UK Ladybird Survey.
13/30 Saving Species asks how well we're doing looking after our ponds and their inhabitants.
12/30 Including a report about the conservation of whales.
11/30 Saving Species reports from the Great Barrier Reef on the conservation of green turtles.
10/30 The Bar-Headed Goose breeds on the highest plateaus of the Himalayas, but are they safe?
9/30 Saving Species presents one of Britain's most beloved species, the dormouse.
8/30 Brett Westwood broadcasts live from Long Nanny, an Arctic Tern colony in Northumberland.
7/30 Saving Species explores the mysteries of bird migration.
6/30 Sarah Pitt talks to Jennifer Owen about her life-long study of the wildlife in her garden.
5/30 Saving Species asks the question, 'where are tomorrow's naturalists going to come from?'.
4/30 The wildlife value of UK woods triggered a government U-turn in 2010, but is it over?
3/30 Saving Species reports from the Congo and the future of Lowland Gorillas.
2/30 The programme follows a pair of beavers in Devon.
1/30 Five million swallows swirl above rural Nigeria, poised to migrate to Europe.