Every year, as autumn arrives in the Northern Hemisphere, millions of birds across Europe get ready to migrate. To beat the chilly winter and nippy winds, birds will fly thousands of miles to warmer climes. Swallows, yellow wagtails, ospreys and many others stock up on large amounts of food to get ready for their long-haul flight to Africa!
Cold temperatures in winter make it hard for some animals to stay warm and to find enough food to eat when plants and trees are becoming dormant.
Sue Sheward, whom locals have dubbed the Godmother of Orang-utans, is a founder and chairwoman of the charity organisation Orangutan Appeal UK. The organisation supports the Sepilok orang-utan rehabilitation centre in Borneo and runs an education campaign for local communities.