Birds of Russia in all BBC programmes
A seasonal offering from Tweet of the Day for the Christmas period.
Writer Amy Liptrot recalls her work as the RSPB Corncrake officer on Orkney.
Chris Packham presents the rare Asian crested Ibis formerly common in Japan and China.
Martin Hughes-Games presents the bar-tailed godwit.
John Aitchison presents the black-throated diver.
Kate Humble presents the capercaillie.
Bill Oddie presents the chiffchaff.
Martin Hughes-Games presents the common crane.
Steve Backshall presents the corncrake.
The jewel-like patterns of the black-throated diver have musician Fyfe Dangerfield in awe.
Wildlife sound recordist Gary Moore describes his surprising encounter with capercaillie.
Martin Hughes Games presents the Goshawk.
Brett Westwood presents the story and sound of the greenshank.
Helen Moncrieff reveals why her tummy 'flips with joy' at the sight of Northern Wheatears.
Steve Backshall presents the house martin.
Wildlife sound recordist Chris Watson presents the jack snipe.
Author James Henry picks the yellowhammer for his Tweet of the Day.
Wildlife artist Jane Smith is captivated by a party of ringed plovers on a beach.
Musician Joe Acheson recalls hearing the scraping call of corncrake on Inishbofin island.
Audio-visual artist Kathy Hinde recalls being surrounded by dancing common cranes.
Audio-visual artist Kathy Hinde is inspired by house martins.
Chris Packham presents the lesser white-fronted goose.
Michaela Strachan presents the story and sound of the long-tailed tit.
For nature writer Mark Cocker spring has not arrived until he hears his first wood warbler
Cameraman Mark Smith on an unusual encounter with a corncrake.
Poet and editor of British Birdwatching Matt Merritt revels in the Wheatear song.
Mat Waddington found a long tailed tit playing cupid in his Worcester village.
Schoolgirl Mya Rose Craig on the white-tailed eagle for Tweet of the Day.
Michaela Strachan presents the story and sound of the northern wheatear.
Michaela Strachan presents the ringed plover.