Fancy joining us for a wildlife pub quiz? We’ve been putting our heads together to think about “unsprung” on the last day of Autumnwatch… (Friday2nd Nov) and have decided to let our hair down, turn the studio into a pub and settle down – with you – for our very own “Autumnwatch Unsprung pub quiz and lock in”… Complete with cocktails and exotic barmaids (level headed Jo of course…)

Here’s the twist – not only can you join in at home – (either by shouting answers at the telly – or were hoping to have a downloadable question sheet) but – we’d love it if YOU could set the majority of the quiz questions.

Think - who, what, where, when, odd one out, what happened next, mystery objects, photo quizzes, sound quizzes etc etc.

So if you, or perhaps a group of you, fancy becoming our quiz setters for the night and can come up with intriguing questions for our teams (and the entire nation) - drop us your question by email to autumnwatch@bbc.co.uk – we’ll use your them to drive the “Unsprung Pub Quiz”.

Thankyou!

UPDATE: We've had a problem with our email between 11th - 19th October. If you did try to contact us during that period we'd really appreciate it if you re-sent the email.

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  • Comment number 16. Posted by TREVOR MARTIN

    on 30 Oct 2012 19:56

    We had three little owls that sat on our drive fence every night,but after the hard frost that lasted for three to four weeks the year before last they disappeared, we assumed the worst, now one is here again what can we do feed wise to help if we have another big freeze

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  • Comment number 15. Posted by Hi_Coo

    on 27 Oct 2012 20:08

    @7 - neither.

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  • Comment number 14. Posted by Jo

    on 27 Oct 2012 19:18

    Found a ladybird larvae in my kitchen this morning (must have come in with the windfalls!), can it survive this late in the season or have sent out to certain death in the garden?

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  • Comment number 13. Posted by Nicki Newt

    on 22 Oct 2012 10:19

    I know Chris is completely addicted to his birds, but please, please can we have more about mammals in this next Autumn Watch. There seems to be a heavy bias towards birds previously. Hopefullly thanks in anticipatiohn.

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  • Comment number 12. Posted by beckyezra

    on 20 Oct 2012 10:56

    hi there, i dont find my latest question - blue tits birds come to my balcony to feed.
    they eat the polystyrene wall that near by. is it because some thing is missing in their diet?
    is it Poissoness? do i need to prevent it?/how. i have a picture with the bird eating the wall, how can i share it with you ? please help

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  • Comment number 11. Posted by becktrain

    on 19 Oct 2012 17:47

    explain how a warden would monitor the biodiversity of the local area

    hope this one isn't too easy

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  • Comment number 10. Posted by sue brewer

    on 18 Oct 2012 13:01

    I might be casting aspersions here - but if we send in questions how do we know that Chris Packham et al aren't going to cheat by looking up the answers in advance?!!

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  • Comment number 9. Posted by Cosper wosper

    on 18 Oct 2012 10:40

    My eye hurts :@(

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  • Comment number 8. Posted by joeyredwing

    on 17 Oct 2012 19:21

    If you put a house spider outside will it survive?!

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  • Comment number 7. Posted by Kazape1

    on 17 Oct 2012 18:55

    A Peacock is sitting on the fence between 2 farms it then jumps into the neighbours field an lays an egg. Who does the egg belong to?

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