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It's the season when both resident and summer visiting birds are singing to advertise for a mate and then hold territory.
Listen out for red grouse, curlew or the rarer male ring ouzel in the Peak District and Clent Hills.
Will you spot the smaller tree pipits, red starts or flocks of crossbills as seen at Clumber Park recently?
As the weather starts to warm up, mammals start to head out of hibernation or become easier to spot.
Wenlock Edge is one of the best spots to try and see a dormouse, or for the chance to see the mountain hares as they change colour head to the Peak District.
Keep a lookout at dusk as the bats start to emerge again.
As the weather starts to warm up, beautiful butterflies start to grace our skies again.
Orange tips and speckled woods tend to be the first butterflies to emerge in April, followed by the common blue and small copper in May.
Don't forget to share your butterfly photos with us, we love to see how well they are doing year on year.