David Chapman is a photographer and writer specialising in the natural history of Britain. He has won many awards for his photography and writing which can be seen in a range of magazines, calendars and books. He owns a smallholding in Cornwall where he aims to attract wildlife.
It's worth looking in your garden at night to see if you have glow worms.
Mason bees can easily be attracted into the garden with simple bee hotels.
A log pile is one of the best things you can add to a wildlife-friendly garden.
A colourful bird with a distinctive song.
Herring gull numbers are in decline, and yet coastal towns seem to have plenty of them.
Studying the seasonal changes in nature can be a rewarding hobby.
Beautiful snowy landscapes provide plenty of photography opportunities.
The jackdaw is the smallest crow in the UK and is often seen nesting on rooftops.
The house sparrow is a wonderfully sociable, if scruffy, house guest.