Winterwatch: Share your stories, questions and photos
Temperatures outside are plummeting but in the office we're warming up for our one-off winter special, Winterwatch.
Winter is a challenging time for wildlife and if you wrap up warm and head outside you'll see it's one of the busiest times of year.
Chris and Martin on the lookout at Lymington
It can also be a season of extremes, and this winter has certainly been full of surprises. We were blown away by gales in December, before warming up in a very mild January and, just to keep us on our toes, it looks like we might have a chilly February ahead. But how is our wildlife faring in these unpredictable times?We'd love to include your anecdotes and questions in the programme. Have you seen anything unusual this barmy season? Or do you have a winter mystery you'd like the team to solve? If you've got an observation or question about our wildlife this winter please post a comment below. And if you've got any wintery wildlife photos please do share them on our Flickr group.
We'll keep you posted about exactly when Winterwatch will be broadcast.
Holly Spearing is the Series Producer of Winterwatch