David Chapman is an award-winning wildlife photographer and natural history writer.
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.
There is a chance that we might see siskins in the garden during winter.
Look closely among flocks of long-tailed tits and you may spot a firecrest.
The great tit is one species which appears to have bucked the trend of decline.
Stick insects have been living wild British gardens for over 100 years.
The house sparrow is a wonderfully sociable, if scruffy, house guest.
The little owl is small in stature but full of charisma, writes David Chapman.
If you have a pond you might be lucky enough to spot this tiny damselfly.
The treecreeper is aptly named as it creeps up trees looking for insects hiding in the crevices on the bark.
With a wingspan of up to 9cm, this is a moth not to be missed.