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Steve Backshall presents the story and sound of the coal tit.
Wildlife sound recordist Chris Watson presents the crested tit.
Presenter Dermot O'Leary gazes into his garden to watch busy coal tits on the bird feeders
Wildlife cameraman Doug Allan recalls his encounter with snowy sheathbills in Antarctica.
Co-founder of bird song recognition app Warblr Florence Wilkinson likes the female siskin.
Kate Humble presents the fulmar.
Brett Westwood presents the Great Shearwater.
Helen Moncrieff finds an ally in a territorial fulmar!
Kate Humble presents the hoopoe.
Martin Hughes-Games presents the jackdaw.
John Aitchison presents the lesser spotted woodpecker.
Martin Hughes-Games presents the linnet.
Mark Cocker laments on the loss of the twite, once a familiar sight during his schooldays.
Wildlife sound recordist Chris Watson presents the ortolan bunting.
Liz Bonnin presents the formerly widespread saddleback of New Zealand.
Martin Hughes-Games presents the siskin.
Wildlife Sound Recordist, Chris Watson, presents the Sooty Shearwater.
Environmentalist Tony Juniper recalls the popularity of linnets in his childhood.
Actress and keen birdwatcher Trudie Goodwin has a lifelong love of the hoopoe.
Martin Hughes-Games presents the twite.
Chris Packham presents the wedge-tailed shearwater of the Indian and Pacific oceans.
Martin Hughes-Games presents the willow tit.