Wetlands are some of the most biodiverse habitats on the planet. They provide homes and migration routes for a huge range of wildlife.
Find out more about the species that call wetlands home, the threats they face and what we're doing to help.
There are seven species of frogs, toads and newts in the UK.
Bats are highly sociable mammals, expert insect hunters with some unique habits.
Britain's largest wading bird, the curlew, is in trouble. Find out more about this iconic species.
Once extinct in the UK, this tall, graceful bird is making a comeback.
Dragonflies and damselflies are beautiful, graceful flying wetland invertebrates.
There are three species of swan in the UK, two of which migrate here from the Arctic.