British Wildlife

Sunrise over bluebells in Warwickshire
We asked conservation organisations and BBC Wildlife readers for their favourite bluebell locations.
As new life is breathed into Britain’s canals, the reinvigorated network is creating diverse habitats for a surprisingly rich variety of wildlife. Hugh Warwick takes to the water.
Basking shark
BBC Wildlife contributor Cat Gordon from The Shark Trust talk about sharks around Britain. 
Naturalist, writer and artist Tiffany Francis examines why we should still go foraging in the 21st century.
Naturalist and author Amy-Jane Beer sheds light on what tree rings can tell us.
The European hare is also known as the brown hare
Naturalist and author Polly Pullar discusses this odd behaviour. 
Mark Carwardine discusses the history of national parks, and their future.
One of the largest rodents in the world is big news in British conservation. Gillian Burke of BBC Two's Winterwatch has been inspired by the latest beaver reintroduction project in Cornwall.
Ashleigh Whiffin discusses why carrion beetles are so important and interesting, and which species you can look out for. 
See nature through the seasons with Helen Ahpornsiri's art made from hand-pressed petals and leaves. 
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