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Alex Mustard has been awarded a MBE
Dr Alex Mustard has been awarded for his services to underwater photography.
For the first time in more than 140 years, a white-tailed eagle chick has successfully hatched in Orkney.
Scarce crimson and gold moth (Pyrausta sanguinalis)
Moth Night is challenging you to find a particular group of moths.
A new study shows that a species of bat depends on singing as a key method of courtship.
A new study has discovered a potential reason why whale sharks congregate in colossal numbers at just a handful of global locations.
A new project is being launched to save the hedgehogs of Oxfordshire.
BBC Earth is searching for a presenter with a fresh new perspective to join its YouTube channel.
The blue-tailed damselfly is one of the species in the challenge
The British Dragonfly Society is launching a national dragonfly and damselfly hunt.
SNH has approved the culling of ravens to conserve wading birds
Scottish Natural Heritage is allowing the killing of 69 ravens a year to protect nesting waders.
The harlequin frog population of Costa Rica was devastated by chytridiomycosis
Central America's amphibians are evolving resistance to a devastating fungal infection.
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