Helen Moncrieff finds an ally in a territorial fulmar!
Helen Moncrieff reveals why her tummy 'flips with joy' at the sight of Northern Wheatears.
Helen Moncrieff recalls seeing an Orca seize a Black Guillemot at sea.
Michael Morpurgo's paean to the beautiful, mysterious swan.
David Rothenberg asks a question, why is the song thrush not famous?
David Rothenberg on the jazz artist of the bird world - the humble robin.
For Professor David Rothenberg, the blackbird is a beautiful melodic songster.
For Joe Acheson, slowing down the song of the wren sounds like gibbons in the rainforest.
Ecologist Penny Anderson discovers a garden warbler singing in her garden.
Ecologist Penny Anderson describes the flamboyant ducks that visit her garden.