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Springwatch highlights: Weds 2nd June

Jeremy Torrance web producer Jeremy Torrance web producer | 13:01 UK time, Friday, 4 June 2010

On Wednesday's show we had the blue tits fledging, we met the kestrels, Gordon looked at the reintroduction of great bustards and Simon examined how the Purbeck vixen was coping with motherhood. The team's absolute highlights, however, were the bittersweet tale of the two roe deer fawns, Simon's meeting with the nocturnal nightjar and Chris's film with Frank Greenaway, the wonderful bat expert.

You can also watch our pick of Monday and Tuesday's shows. Or watch them all again from start to finish on iPlayer. We'd love to hear what your favourite bits were too.

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Comments

  • Comment number 1.

    Have been finding facts for the quiz and it's interesting to know that the vixen pulls out the hair from her belly before the birth of the young. Ouch! Painful - makes you look at your footage of them in a different way, and note some of the sacrifices which nature makes for the sake of the next generation.

 

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