A baby gorilla who was the first to be born by C-section in the UK is starting to make her way in the world of Bristol ZooRead the full story ›
A beekeeper had to be called in to Bristol today as up to 20,000 bees chose to take up residence on a city centre lamp postRead the full story ›
This adorable calf may be little but she is already a big success - becoming the newest member of one of the rarest species in captivity.Read the full story ›
Endangered dormice have been discovered in the grounds of Tyntesfield, near Bristol, but the fact that they're asleep could be a problemRead the full story ›
Two cats have died in Bridgwater after being poisoned with a chemical used in antifreeze in what the RSPCA say is a particularly sad case.Read the full story ›
Lucy the African pancake tortoise may only be little but she's already attracting plenty of attention.Read the full story ›
A missing cat from Swindon has been reunited with its owners after turning up six months later - in Lancashire.Read the full story ›
Parents know it can be hard to keep their children happy - especially with two hungry teenagers around!
Our camera operator filmed this family of birds near Stroud in Gloucestershire, it was a busy morning making sure their two baby birds were fed:
A delivery arrives at Bristol Zoo unlike anything it's ever received before. Some new sharks are in town.Read the full story ›
A bald eagle with a broken tracker has gone missing from the International Bird of Prey Centre in Gloucestershire.
According to founder Jemima Parry-Jones, the female bird called 'Cremorne' is in a wood near Newent - refusing to come down.
The bird was being flown at the centre on Saturday when it flew off and didn't come back.