Back up to: Saving Species
24/24 Brett Westwood looks at a bird on the edge of extinction - the slender-billed curlew.
23/24 Brett Westwood, the BBC Natural History Unit and the Open University look into wildlife.
22/24 Brett Westwood looks at the invasive Chinese mitten crab, plus freshwater eels.
21/24 Saving Species reports from the Congo basin on the plight of bonobos.
20/24 Latest news on the designation of conservation areas around the English and Welsh coast.
19/24 International wildlife with polar bears in Svalbard, Asian elephants and salmon in Dorset.
18/24 The first day of 2013 sees Saving Species revelling in a winter wildfowl spectacle.
17/24 Howard Stableford looks at conservation issues in some of the British Overseas Territories
16/24 Brett Westwood takes a look at the relationship between wildlife conservation and art.
15/24 Can the process of urbanisation of the British countryside be reversed through rewilding?
14/24 Brett Westwood reports from the Scottish Natural Heritage conference in Edinburgh.
13/24 Brett Westwood looks at the creation of a vast nature reserve in Turkmenistan.
12/24 Brett Westwood examines the likely impacts of Ash dieback on our wildlife.
11/24 Brett Westwood reports on goliath groupers in the Caribbean and the Asiatic Lion of India.
10/24 A look at two rare species - the Scottish wildcat and the bearded tooth fungus.
9/24 Brett Westwood explores the growing phenomenon of citizen science.
8/24 Birds of prey numbers are rising in the UK, but not every countryside user welcomes this.
7/24 Brett Westwood asks if film-makers put anything back in terms of wildlife conservation.
6/24 Autumn is a time when the animal world is on the move with specific threats to survival.
5/24 Brett Westwood examines some of the issues UK's freshwater resources are facing.
4/24 Saving Species examines the health of marine environments from across the world.
3/24 Is it going to be brownfield sites that will provide the room for wildlife to flourish?
2/24 Brett Westwood looks at ways to allow bats to fly free in an increasingly urbanised land.
1/24 Brett Westwood looks back at the summer of 2012. How did the wet summer affect wildlife?