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Scientists hope to learn what makes certain red squirrels able to survive squirrelpox.
A European pine marten climbing a tree in the Levoča Mountains, Slovakia.
Where pine martens have recovered, red squirrels have tended to benefit while grey squirrels have declined. Scientists weren't sure why – until now.
Camera traps allow citizen scientists to peek into the hidden lives of Britain's mammals.
The pine marten – cute but cunning.
We should welcome a native predators' return across the British Isles, while at the same time being honest about the implications.
The 1967 Forestry Act is a barrier to integrated forest management in England & Wales.
The male cardinal tenderly feeding his mate is just one example of the hard work wild animals undertake in springtime. That work often benefits humans.
Wild animals are hard at work this spring. Here's how their hard labour benefits humans, and why we should be more appreciative.
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Formby is one of the only remaining urban areas in England where red squirrels can be found at all.
Grey squirrels are wreaking havoc on UK woodlands.
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Grey squirrels have lots of attractive characteristics, yet they are actively persecuted by humankind.
Some have a strain that is almost identical to one that infected humans in the middle ages.
Grey squirrels hate these reclusive, cat-sized predators.