If you liked Saving Species, check out Shared Planet—a new BBC Radio 4 series about the complex and growing interface between people and the natural world.
Each week, Saving Species brings you live studio experts and field recordings on the challenge of nature conservation.
Use the links below to read and listen to more about biodiversity and conservation. If Saving Species has inspired you to learn more, we also have a selection of qualifications and free study materials for you to explore.
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Series 3 of Saving Species comes to an end with a look at the OU's iSpot project. Read more: OU on the BBC: Saving Species: Series 3, Episode 24
Tracking a group of bonobos Featuring: Audio Creative commons image Credit: Work found at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bonobo / CC BY-SA 3.0
Theo Webb and Gottfried Hohmann track a group of bonobos in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Listen now: Tracking a group of bonobos
Find out more about nature and biodiversity
Extended interviews, field reports and exclusive conservation stories from the Saving Species team Read more: OU on the BBC: Saving Species - On location
Learn more about biodiversity and conservation issues with these articles from the Open University's team of expert... Read more: OU on the BBC: Saving Species - Expert insight
Learn more about the species in your local area; enter your observations of UK wildlife at iSpot. Read more: iSpot
The votes have now been counted and it is with deepest sympathies that we launch the latest exhibit in the Museum of... Launch now: Museum of the Dead
Each episode of Saving Species, series 3: what was featured, and links to listen again. Read more: Saving Species series 3: All the episodes
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Exploring science Course Copyrighted image Credit: The Open University / Karen Parker Updated content
Develop key scientific skills and explore a range of fascinating concepts and topics, including genetics, drugs,... Visit prospectus for Exploring science
BSc (Honours) Natural Sciences Course Copyrighted image Credit: The Open University/Karen Parker Updated content
We live in a society that depends on science, but how many of us really understand the science behind the important... Visit prospectus for BSc (Honours) Natural Sciences