Alex James visits Oxfordshire to see how pheasants are reared for game shooting.
One farmer supplies Anna Hill with everything needed for a roast dinner and a glass of ale
Brett Westwood goes in search of our only venomous snake, the adder.
Trai Anfield encounters adders basking on the edges of Loch Lomond.
Alasdair Grubb describes how a blue tit seemingly cried out for his help.
A seasonal offering from Tweet of the Day for the Christmas period.
Ruth Sanderson meets a farmer in Leicestershire whose Alpacas are bred for use in therapy.
Michael Palin presents the iconic American bald eagle from Alaska.
Writer Amy Liptrot discussed how hooded crows in Berlin remind her of her youth.
Professor Andy Radford is captivated by the vocal repertoire of the robin.
The summer's scattering of rooks is over and their communal urges bring them together.
Brett Westwood explores our relationship with the baobab or upside-down tree.
Bear guide Derek Stonorov believes grizzly bears are not as fearsome as many people think.
Joanna Pinnock discovers the extraordinary masquerade of the large bee-fly.
Chris Packham presents the North American blue jay.
Chris Packham presents the blue tit.
Bonita Johnson recalls watching a pair of battling robins.
Chris Packham presents the brent goose.
Chris Packham presents the brown thrasher, usually seen in North America.
BirdLife International's Bruce Winney relives seeing red kites over Harrogate.
Iolo Williams discovers the difficulties birds face in order to stay alive.
Return of California's hunted sea otters.
John Aitchison presents the Canada goose.
Wildlife sound recordist Chris Watson presents the carrion crow.
Wildlife sound recordist Chris Watson presents the cattle egret.
Naturalist and environmentalist Chris Baines enjoys great spotted woodpeckers.
Clare Jones on the inspirational little egret for Tweet of the Day.
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