They don't come much stranger than a nightjar
We've been filming on the heathland in Dorset over the past week, trying to track down some of the unsual creatures that live here. And they don't come much stranger than the nightjar - a nocturnal, insect-eating bird, with long thin wings and a gaping maw, that nests in the scrubland of the Isle of Purbeck.
We've been out at dusk trying to get some shots of these elusive, enigmatic creatures. Though we've heard their distinctive churrring calls, we've barely caught a glimpse of them. But a couple of nights ago, I tagged along with a local bird ringing team and finally got a good look at one of our most mysterious birds.