Springwatch 2011: What did you think?
We do hope you enjoyed this year's Springwatch. Do post a comment below to let us know what you think - good and bad. We always appreciate your feedback - it's your series after all and we'll always strive to make it better each year. We've certainly enjoyed getting to know our wonderful new home at the RSPB reserve of Ynys-hir in West Wales, as well as exploring the wilds of Knapdale, Skomer and Pitsea.
Autumnwatch is not that far away! We would love to hear from you about what you would like to see in the series and what areas of the country you would like us to feature. We've set up a special blog post for your ideas and inspirations.
Many thanks to all of those who have contributed to the series, including the wonderful wildlife people we have met on this series, from adder experts to bee-saving heroes. We've been inspired by the stories of a huge range of people who have a unique connection to nature, from farmers and surfers.
Huge thanks to the many wildlife organisations who support us with information and advice throughout the series, allowing us to give you the very latest news, views and cutting edge science. Special thanks, of course, go to our hosts this year - the wonderful RSPB team at the Ynys-hir reserve, who have made us feel so welcome, as well as the great team at the Scottish Beaver Trial in Knapdale, Scotland, the Wildlife Trusts team on Skomer and the landfill team from Pitsea in Essex.
We'd also like to thank you, our wonderful audience, for getting involved as you always do. Thank you for all of your discussions and questions on the blog and messageboard, for your incredible home movies and for those tens of thousands of simply awesome Flickr photos. We really appreciate it. Keep them coming! The telly may be over, but this website will be here for you throughout the summer until we meet again in the autumn.
Do come back to this website for news, views, ideas, inspiration and information whenever you need. And if you are looking for something to do near you and you are into nature, we highly recommend you simply put your postcode into the BBC's new Things To Do website and find out what our many wildlife partners are up to near you - places to go and events to join. It's so easy to use and there are so many events on there.
All of this will be available to you all of the time. Why not have the Springwatch website in your "web favourites" list on your browser? And how about signing up for our BBC Nature newsletter?
Do you know someone who would love to do all of this lovely webby stuff but doesn't feel confident using the internet? If so, you can click here for information about the First Click campaign to get more people online. Or please give them this number 08000 150 950 (calls are free from most landlines. Some networks and mobile operators will charge for these call) and get them to phone someone who can help them enter the wonderful and empowering world of the internet with all of the support and courses they will need. We'd love to see them on the Springwatch site soon!
Don't forget to let us know your thoughts about this year's Springwatch below, or click here to give us your ideas for Autumnwatch.
Tim Scoones is the Executive Producer of Springwatch and Autumnwatch