British wildlife

Kittiwakes are now listed as Vulnerable on the IUCN Red List
Following the latest revision of the IUCN Red List, the gull is now considered to be threatened with global extinction.
Eurasian otter
The five species to have their genomes sequenced, as decided by the public, have been revealed.
If you are new to the waders, then make it your business to learn the most common or easy to recognise species first. 
A new report reveals the impact climate change is having on the UK’s birds – and there are mixed results. 
These photos from the Young Wildlife Photographers UK group celebrate the beauty of autumn and winter wildlife.
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.
The firefighters used a ladder to access the tank
Emergency services save Brock from a sewage tank.
The response of peppered moth caterpillars to a gradient in dowel luminance
The ability of larvae of the peppered moth has surprised scientists.
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