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Fungi comes to life at this time of the year.
A rainbow of colours and strange shapes and sizes can be seen in many of the grasslands and shady woodlands that we care for.
Learn more about some of the different types of fungi you can find in the Midlands.
Bats at dusk
Bats are more active during the dusk of autumn as they start to feed up on insects ready for hibernation.
The lesser horseshoe bat is rare in the UK, but often spotted in the West of the Midlands. Up to nine different species have been spotted at one time.
Help us track how many bats we can see this autumn on Facebook.
Calling all wildlife spotters out there, our experts have pulled together this handy free download to help you identify autumn leaves.
From sycamore to oak, sweet chestnut to birch, how many will you find this autumn?