IUCN Red List least concern species in all BBC programmes
Liz Bonnin presents the adelie penguin on a windswept Antarctic shore.
Miranda Krestovnikoff presents the wetland loving African Jacana.
Alasdair Grubb describes how a blue tit seemingly cried out for his help.
Rower and Olympic gold medallist Alex Gregory on the house sparrow for Tweet of the Day.
Olympic gold medal-winning rower Alex Gregory on the white stork for Tweet of the Day.
A seasonal offering from Tweet of the Day for the Christmas period.
Bill Oddie presents the alpine swift.
Michael Palin presents the iconic bald eagle from Alaska.
Orcadian author Amy Liptrot laments the Arctic terns of her childhood.
Writer Amy Liptrot recalls her work as the RSPB Corncrake officer on Orkney.
Orcadian writer Amy Liptrot on the greylag goose, which is widespread on the islands.
Miranda Krestovnikoff presents the Andean cock-of-the-rock from Peru.
Andy Clements is captivated by the excited chatter of pink-footed geese.
Andy Clements is entranced by the song of the garden warbler.
Professor Andy Radford describes a noisy encounter among green woodhoopoes.
Professor Andy Radford describes the role of the sentry amongst pied babblers.
Professor Andy Radford is captivated by the vocal repertoire of the robin.
Professor Andy Radford reveals the importance of alarm calls to the superb fairy-wren.
Chris Packham presents the Arabian babbler of a Yemeni Desert.
Michaela Strachan presents the arctic skua.
The Arctic Tern - Miranda Krestovnikoff narrates the story of this bird and its sound.
Miranda Krestovnikoff presents the long distant migrant Arctic warbler.
Michael Palin presents the Asian koel's arrival to an Indian orchard.