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Hummingbird Hawkmoth

The roads are all melting, people are inappropriately dressed and nobody wants to sit on a plastic chair.  It seems the 'warm' weather we all wished for in January has... keep reading >

Kingfisher

They're probably the UK's most exotic looking bird, and most people are familiar with their dazzling blue plumage through having seen them in books or on television.  Yet very few people have... keep reading >

Photo of the Week

Checkout the "Photo of the Week" and view more in the archive.  If you've got a good nature photo you'd like to contribute to the UK Safari website please send it in... keep reading >

Scottish Wildcat

Although the numbers of feral cats are increasing in the UK, you'd be very lucky to see a true Wildcat.  Less than a hundred years ago Wildcats could be found in many... keep reading >

Tick

I'm a great believer that every animal on earth has a purpose in life.  Somewhere in the great scheme of things every creature on earth is designed to... keep reading >

Labyrinth Spider at the entrance to her web

Spiders, spiders, spiders.  If I had a penny for every spider enquiry I receive I'd be a rich man.  Never a day goes by and I don't get at least one email from some poor, terrified soul wanting to know if... keep reading >

Seashell

If you've come back from the beach with knickers full of sand and pockets full of seashells then these photos might help you to identify some of your saltwater treasures... keep reading >

Bottle-nosed Dolphin

You don't have to go out to sea to spot dolphins around our coast.  During the summertime dolphins swim closer to the shores of the UK and this can offer good opportunities to... keep reading >

Basking Shark

The summer sunshine has definitely arrived and Basking Sharks are starting to appear around the coast of Britain and Ireland.  In calm, sunny weather these giant fish like to... keep reading >

Meadow Grasshopper

The dawn chorus of birdsong has ended for this year, but the 'insect chorus' is in full swing now.  As well as the buzzing of bees, beetles, dragonflies and hoverflies, there's the familiar chirping... keep reading >

Spider tickling!

If you hunt around crumbly old walls you can sometimes spot small gaps and holes with strands of spider silk radiating out from them.  Occasionally you'll see the legs of a spider just... keep reading >

Robin

Do birds sunbathe?  That's a very good question, and the answer is yes, yes they do.  Especially robins.  After all that winter work posing for photos on Christmas cards and calendars, robins like... keep reading >



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