Bristol Zoo has welcomed the birth of a rare chick.
The Mindanao bleeding-heart dove is native to the Philippines. It is one of many species in the area threatened by the loss of 95% of the country's forests.
Bristol Zoological Society has been working on the islands for two years to stop the decline. It aims to make local people aware of the value of conserving the species and their habitats.
A pair of peregrine falcons nesting on the spire of a church in the centre of Bath have produced four eggs.
The birds have been breeding at St John's Roman Catholic Church in South Parade for nine years and have become an attraction.
The eggs aren't due to hatch until May.
You can watch their progress on a live webcam here.
A pair of blue tits have picked an unusual "des res". A pub ashtray may not seem the most salubrious of choices but it is now home to seven fledglings. Richard Lawrence managed to film them in their hideaway at the Royal Oak in Nadderwater near Exeter.
A nature lover has a taken a childhood occupation to new lengths to create bird sculptures. Tom Poulsom, who's 34 and from Bristol, has created these figures of Britain's best loved birds entirely from Lego.
The Princess Royal will be at Newent in Gloucestershire later to mark the 45th anniversary of the International Birds of Prey Centre. It will one of several visits Princess Anne has made to the centre over the years as a patron of the National Birds of Prey Trust.