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Autumnwatch website: how did it do?

Tim Scoones Tim Scoones | 20:23 UK time, Friday, 20 November 2009

Just like on the programme itself, on this year's Autumnwatch website we've been able to follow the whole season from start to finish. How do you think it's worked? What new features could we bring in? What should we do more of? What should we do less of? Which areas did you like the most?

On our webcams, we've witnessed the drama of the red deer rut and enjoyed the mellower sights from Somerset woodland. Your autumn photos have inspired us all, the messageboard and blog have thrown up many fascinating questions and we've seen highly unusual animal behaviour captured on camera in Your Movies.

Get posting below. We'd love to hear from you.

(PS Are you on the right blog post? If you want to tell us about what you think of this year's Autumnwatch, please post your comments here. For your views on Unsprung please post here. If you have thoughts and ideas about Springwatch 2010, please post them here.)

Tim Scoones is Executive Producer, Autumnwatch


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