British Wildlife

If you are new to the waders, then make it your business to learn the most common or easy to recognise species first. 
Ash trees have a variety of folklore myths surrounding them
Our native trees have been steeped in myth and legend for thousands of years, each having their own magical associations and stories. 
Sheep grazing at Curbar Edge, Derbyshire
Christian Dunn discusses the effect of removing sheep from our uplands.
Thrift flowering on on cliffs at Thurlestone, Devon
Naturalist Phil Gates discusses how sea pink copes with harsh salty conditions.
Polecat
Steve Carter from the Vincent Wildlife Trust discusses ferrets and polecats. 
Puffin
BBC Wildlife contributor Mike Toms explains bird conservation categories in the UK. 
Bladderwrack
BBC Wildlife contributor Matt Doggett discusses this adaptable seaweed species.
House sparrows on a bird feeder
Feeding your garden birds could be hitting wild populations elsewhere, but there are ways to avoid these impacts. BBC Wildlife's environment editor James Fair investigates.
BBC Wildlife contributor Mike Toms answers your wild question.
Diving gannet
BBC Wildlife contributor Stuart Blackman answers your wild question.
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