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The Springwatch Adventure Team: New missions for 2011

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Roger Webb Roger Webb | 17:57 UK time, Friday, 20 May 2011

Three friends of Springwatch return to the gang, with new wildlife missions...

For 2011 we'll not only be enjoying the wildlife riches of our new base at Ynis-hir in Wales. We'll also be reporting from across the nation from other wildlife hotspots. After the success of our weekly guest presenter slots on Autumnwatch 2010, we're continuing the tradition by inviting back three friends of the series - Charlie Hamilton James, Iolo Williams and Liz Bonnin - for each of the three weeks of Springwatch 2011.

Charlie Hamilton James, Iolo Williams and Liz Bonnin

Our guest presenters for 2011: Charlie Hamilton James, Iolo Williams and Liz Bonnin

There's loads more about each week's adventure in the links below:

Roger Webb is the Series Producer of Springwatch, which starts 8pm Monday 30 May, BBC Two

Comments

  • Comment number 1.

    YAY - sounds exciting, but aren't you involving lovely Gordon Buchanan this time? please say he's involved, he has a big female fan club!

  • Comment number 2.

    Oh yes, do hope Gordon is involved, he's ace...love his filming

  • Comment number 3.

    Hi, I have a challenge for your team, What happens to fledglings whenthey leave the nest ? I have just witnessed a family of bluetits leave a box in my garden, the young are still around, but what happens to them during the day and night, are the parents in close proximity during the evenings? and are does the same apply while fledglings are in the box ? Has the youngs movements been traced or filmed before ??
    I think there would be an interest in finding this info.
    Regards
    Tony

  • Comment number 4.

    Hello welcome back springwatch it's all quite exiting
    Just one prob the links on some
    Of the cams all take me to the herons

 

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