Springwatch is back on 28 May!
We'll be back from our stunning home on the RSPB Ynys-hir nature reserve in Wales where our minicams are already being put in place. We're hoping to document the live wildlife action across the reserve, from mammals and birds to reptiles and amphibians, as well as keeping you abreast of all the drama on our nest cameras as our bird families endeavour to bring up their young.
As well as catching the action on our live cameras we're thrilled to have a string of Springwatch firsts for you this year, from seeing into the heart of a kingfisher's nest to witnessing the internal rivalries in an urban peregrine family, as well as delving underground to film moles.
The Springwatch crew on location © Simon Forrester
We'll also be revealing the beauty and drama of this exciting season as it unfolds across the country. In celebration of the UK's wild places we'll bring you the latest wildlife news from across the UK, reacting to stories as they happen, and investigating the events that matter.
Once again there'll be opportunities for everyone to get involved in surveys, share your stories, get inspiration for your own outdoors adventures and most importantly, make a difference to the understanding of nature.the blogs, on Facebook, on Twitter and in the Springwatch photo group.
Holly is the Series Producer of Springwatch and Autumnwatch for the BBC Natural History Unit.