Bill Oddie searches the British countryside for a variety of wildlife.
Traveling over Loch Lomond; seasonal fungi displays in Scotland.
Bill goes to the island group of St. Kilda, fighting seasickness and the weather to find an abandoned village, a million sea birds and a unique breed of sheep.
Bill visits Ireland in search of the Irish hare, picturesque scenery and the local fairies; then he takes a boat trip out to an abandoned monastery in the Atlantic, which is now home to thousands of seabirds.
Bill attracts marsh frogs by imitating them; the Adonis blue butterfly.
Bill searches for the rare Norfolk hawker dragonfly, marsh harriers and swallowtail butterflies.
In Tyneside, Bill is surprised to find red squirrels, otters, kittiwakes and Atlantic salmon.
Somerset in the spring, a time when the thoughts of all wild creatures turn to reproduction.
The rambling nature enthusiast heads for the big smoke and finds a herd of red deer five miles from Westminster, water voles living in the heart of the city, and wild Asian parrots roosting in South London.
The next step of Bill Oddie's wildlife tour sees him soaking up the idyllic surrounds of Urchfont, a historic village in the heart of Wiltshire.
Bill Oddie packs binoculars and humor for a trip to the Outer Hebrides to find the corncrake, a rare and elusive bird; he also enjoys wild flowers and close-up views of breeding birds, as well as spectacular scenery.
In Dartmoor, while searching for elusive otters, Bill Oddie encounters buzzards, brightly colored insects, bats and a giant cricket.
Bill spends the day looking at wild flowers in Northumberland.
Bill visits Dorset in early summer, in search of Britain's six native species of lizards and snakes.
Korean sea squirts; Raven; Urban fox.
Winter wildlife in the Scottish Highlands.
Paddling for leeches and crawfish in the Lake District.