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Korthals Griffons are a rare breed, produced as a hunt, point and retrieve gundog. Take a look at their background, qualities and advice on our blog.
Once there were only 50 Exmoor ponies left, thankfully the population is recovering and here we look at features and facts about them.
The green and great spotted woodpecker can be found in local populations across the UK except for in the far north and Ireland
The Scottish wildcat is the most endangered animal in Britain, with only a few hundred left in the wild. Find out more about the elusive animal in our fact file.
The Eurasian teal is the smallest dabbling duck that winters in the UK. Find out more facts about the bird in our latest fact file.
The European pine marten is one of Britain’s native carnivores. Find out more about this elusive animal in our latest fact file.
Mallards are one of Britain’s most recognisable birds and a popular one during the shooting season. Find out more in our animal fact file.
The woodcock is both a resident and wintering migratory bird found in Britain - find out more about it in our latest animal fact file.
Find out more about Britain’s favourite bird - the robin redbreast - in our animal fact file.
The common snipe is one of the UK’s widespread breeding waders, with high densities in northern uplands – find out more about the bird in our fact file.
The hedgehog is one of Britain’s best loved animals; find out more about the prickly creature with our fact file and discover how you can help its preservation.