Quizmasters! We need you

Wednesday 17 October 2012, 12:46

Martin Hughes-Games Martin Hughes-Games Presenter

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Fancy joining us for a wildlife pub quiz? We’ve been putting our heads together to think about “unsprung” on the last day of Autumnwatch…  (Friday2nd Nov) and have decided to let our hair down, turn the studio into a pub and settle down – with you – for our very own “Autumnwatch Unsprung pub quiz and lock in”… Complete with cocktails and exotic barmaids (level headed Jo of course…)

Here’s the twist – not only can you join in at home – (either by shouting answers at the telly – or were hoping to have a downloadable question sheet) but – we’d love it if YOU could set the majority of the quiz questions.

Think - who, what, where, when, odd one out, what happened next, mystery objects, photo quizzes, sound quizzes etc etc.

So if you, or perhaps a group of you, fancy becoming our quiz setters for the night and can come up with intriguing questions for our teams (and the entire nation) - drop us your question by email to autumnwatch@bbc.co.uk – we’ll use your them to drive the “Unsprung Pub Quiz”.

Thankyou!

UPDATE: We've had a problem with our email between 11th - 19th October. If you did try to contact us during that period we'd really appreciate it if you re-sent the email.

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    Comment number 1.

    What's the only snake native to Scotland - the adder. I'm sure that a lot of people, including Scots, would think it was the grass snake.

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    Comment number 2.

    Hi we had coal tits in our bird house this spring they had 11 little ones, and the last few days we have saw coal tits in the garden checking out the bird box again, I was just wondering is there a chance that it can be the same adult birds back again checking it out?

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    Comment number 3.

    Garden spiders are always a wonderful sight in Autumn with their stripy plump bodies, sat in the middle of their beautiful round intricate webs. But I only see them in Autumn, where do they go the rest of the year?

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    Comment number 4.

    Why is it that you never have a camera handy when you want one? Yesterday two male pheasants held up the traffic while they knocked seven bells out of each other in the middle of the road. Another missed opportunity.

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    Comment number 5.

    A genus of native grasses has exactly the same name as a native genus of wasps. What is that shared name, or alternatively what is the substrate that this shared genus name refers to?

    I thought I'd make it not too hard. You really don't want me to ask the questions, but I'm very good at answering them.

 

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