Catch up with Badger's nature adventures here every week.
I'm so excited by Springwatch - isn't it great?!
I've been watching the live webcams of all the animal stars that appear on the show. I think the blue tits were my favourite before they fledged, but now I like the little fluffy-headed wrens! Take a look yourself by visiting the Springwatch website: www.bbc.co.uk/springwatch
Have you all been watching? What did you think to the amazing otter footage, or the fights between the avocets and the shelducks? And what about the clever filming they've done of hobbies catching dragonflies, underwater fish and bats at night!
Isn't nature great? I can't wait for more next week!
So you saw High Seas programme too, Ottero? It was good, wasn't it! I particularly liked watching the orcas in the dark as they were following the fishing boat - they looked quite ghostly as they emerged from the sea into the light.
Did you see them 'skyhopping' to take a look at the people filming them? And the way they stun fish with their powerful tails to stun them was very clever.
They're a bit like badgers of the sea really. Living in groups, black and white, active at night, taking freebies from people when they can get them, and highly intelligent! I bet they don't write blogs though...
Yay! Springwatch is on again! I watched the first one in the new series last night which was all about climate change. Did anyone else see it?
It was good to hear Chris Packham talking about all the important work The Wildlife Trusts do to help care for and restore some of our wild places. Being a land-loving badger, I also sometimes forget about our seas and all the wonderful wildlife it supports. And to think that only a tiny bit of it is protected!
I'm looking forward to learning lots more about nature in the UK over the next few weeks. Hooray for Springwatch!
Did you all watch Bill Oddie's Top Ten Aliens last night? I thought it was really good. It was all about the 10 best and 10 worst non-native animals that now live in Britain and had loads of cool facts about them.
I didn't know that there are scorpions in London that glow bright green under UV light - that was awesome!
If you missed it, you can catch it again on the BBC iPlayer (just copy this into your search bar: www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b00sf77z/Bill_Oddies_Top_10_Aliens/).
I think my favourite part of the whole show was watching the baby Mandarin ducklings fledging from their nest - all the way up a tree! It's a good thing they're bouncy! Have a look at them in this video I've found.
Hello all - what busy Wildlife Watchers you have all been this week. I can't hope to keep up with you and your nature spotting!
I have never seen a hooded crow (they don't live near my badger sett) but they sound wonderful. Perhaps one day I'll go to see them. There are still plenty of other birds nearby to keep me busy - and I can always read about Buster if I can't find any!
There's a cool new Nick Baker video on the Wildlife Watch YouTube channel all about building a nest box for bees. Click the little YouTube button at the bottom of this page to see it. You can also watch the trailer for the new film 'Where The Wild Things Are'. You lot already seem to know where the UK's wild things are though...
hi ,,all, i saw something unusual yesterday at a friend`s where i went for dinner cos it was my birthday. in her garden i saw cowslips out in flower! very early for spring flowers . nice though. mine arent out yet . any one else seen any early spring sightings?
In Britain reptiles are so rare but there are places like Dorset that reptiles are quite common.When we went to Vietnam reptiles are so common.
When we go away on holiday we see lizards they are really small and they hide under rocks. We LOVE them they are cute scared of people.
I have never seen lizards here so rare to find them amazing!
if you see lizards in the uk then you are one of the lucky ones because they are called rare english lizard my cats have caught some before and i rescued it!!!!!!!!!! yippee
Not long a go we had hedgehogs in our garden. We first saw one when my mum was garden, it was curled up sleeping. Next we saw one out of the window at night walking along the grass. They are really nice animals and we are hoping for some more this year. Lets hope we do!!!!!!!
ive seen conkers, my mum me and my two sisters collected lots
Have you seen any animals around lately?
We live in an great area for wildlife!!!!
We live in an great area for wildlife!!!!