May and June are fantastic months for getting outside to explore nature. But you don't have to go far. Our summer wildlife bundle features over 100 different insects for you to find this summer: in gardens, the countryside and woodland.
May and June are fantastic months to get outside. And for plant-lovers they are exciting months of change. Our summer wildlife bundle features over 150 different plants for you to find this summer: in gardens, the countryside and woodland.
May and June are fantastic months to get outside. And the seaside is a great place to explore. Our summer wildlife bundle features almost 100 different species for you to find this summer.
Is that a chaffinch, greenfinch or bullfinch at the bird feeder? Can you tell apart a song thrush from a mistle thrush? 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.
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.
FSC Jellyfish features 28 jellyfish and allied species of the British and Irish coast: jellyfish, hydroids, soft corals, sea pens, sea fans and sea anemones. Also includes a gallery of the commonest jellyfish washed up on the shore.
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.
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.
Although most moths fly at night, many are active during the day. A surprising number can be seen in gardens. Featuring 103 species which fly in the daytime, including tiger moths, burnet moths and clearwings.
There are 26 conspicuous ladybird species in Britain and Ireland. Beautiful colour paintings of all species by Chris Shields show the key colours and patterns to look out. Co-created with the UK Ladybird Survey.
One of Britain's most spectacular families of insects. Most species can be identified live in the field. Co-created with the UK Longhorn Beetle Recording Scheme.
The FSC Woodlands: Trees, Flowers and Fungi fold-out guide features 61 tree, flowers, ferns and fungi of UK woodlands. With the help of this guide, there's something to see all year round.
Want to start identifying grasses? The FSC grasses guide features a manageable list of 30 species, all widespread and common. Descriptions and diagrams demystify specialist terms, from awns to spikelets. Also included is a multi-access key to vegetative characters.
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.
38 special flowers of cliffs, sand dunes, saltmarshes and shingle, from buck’s-horn plantain and biting stonecrop to viper’s bugloss and yellow-horned poppy. Many seaside flowers don’t grow anywhere else.