There are plenty of insects to see in September and October. We’ve chosen 3 WildID guides featuring over 100 insects and other beasties for you to spot this autumn, from Bronze Shieldbug to 22-spot Ladybird.
After the quiet of late summer, September and October mark a turning point in the birdwatching year. We’ve chosen 3 WildID fold-out guides featuring over 100 birds for you to spot this autumn and winter.
September and October are a good time for bushcraft. We’ve chosen 3 WildID guides featuring mammals tracks and signs, woodland trees, flowers and fungi and a guide to stars and planets in the night sky.
WildID Shark and skate eggcases features the eggcases of the 3 sharks and 10 skates reported to the Great Eggcase Hunt from around the coasts of Britain and Ireland.
Many mammals are shy, making them difficult to see. But mammals often leave signs they have visited an area, like tracks, droppings and burrows. Co-created with the Mammal Society.
WildID Waders of Britain and Ireland guide is for beginners and improvers. It includes 28 wader species known to occur in Britain and Ireland on a regular basis.
This fold-out guide features beautiful colour paintings of over 50 special birds, plants, insects and more to spot. From barn owl and bell heather to stag beetle and sundew, there is plenty to see on Cannock Chase all year round.
Is that a chaffinch, greenfinch or bullfinch at the bird feeder? Do you know a great tit from a blue tit? Covering the top 50 birds seen in parks and gardens, including ponds and rivers.
Covering all 60 wild butterflies of Britain and Ireland, with beautiful colour life-sized paintings by acclaimed artist Richard Lewington. Co-created with Butterfly Conservation.
Can you tell apart maple and sycamore? Beech and hornbeam? Pine, cedar, spruce and fir? Straightforward questions will quickly guide you to the right answers. Co-created with the Forestry Commission.
Head into the garden and peer among flowers, grasses and plant pots. Featuring common garden minibeasts, from shieldbugs to snails and froghoppers to flower beetles. Great for young explorers!
Gardeners know the value of pollinators. Featuring 28 species of bees found in gardens, including mining bees, cavity-nesting bees and cuckoo bees as well as the Big Six bumblebees. Co-created with Buglife.
Looking for a quick guide to common wild flowers? Gardens, grassy tracks, quiet lanes, hedgerows, playing elds and canal towpaths are a great place to look. Features 42 different flowers to spot.
A woodland walk is a wonderful way to get outdoors and explore nature. Featuring 61 different trees, flowers, ferns and fungi, this guide will help you find plants all year round.
A great introductory guide to the countryside, with beautiful colour paintings of the common woody plants, wild flowers, berries and seed heads, birds, mammals and invertebrates that live in the hedgerow.
Featuring all 20 damselflies and 26 dragonflies of Britain and Ireland, plus 5 common vagrant species. Designed for speedy identification in the field, with paintings shown at life-size.