Tuesday 23 June 2009, 18:59
I was walking through the garden the other day wondering where my regular family of blue tits has disappeared to...
Tuesday 16 June 2009, 16:14It sounds like a Harry Hill sub plot but it actually happened!
Tuesday 16 June 2009, 10:51Killer whales, minke whales, peregines, choughs and more. The islands off Pembrokeshire are bursting with life!
Monday 15 June 2009, 10:28Well, I had an amazing few weeks following Simon King and the Springwatch O.B crew around various destinations in Wales.
Wednesday 10 June 2009, 12:08
Manx shearwaters are truly remarkable creatures, travelling millions of miles in their lifetime and living for up to 50 years, travelling from as far afield as South America to land on Bardsey Island to lay just one egg, in an underground burrow.
Tuesday 9 June 2009, 19:15
The word "Skerry" is the Scottish diminutive of the Old Norse word "sker", meaning a small rocky reef or island.
Tuesday 9 June 2009, 11:32
It was a cold, dark night when they came down from the sky....
Tuesday 9 June 2009, 10:42
Listen to sandwich terns at Cemlyn Bay:
Monday 8 June 2009, 17:15
I recently had the chance to pop over to Bardsey Island on a 24 hr mission with Simon King and a small crew to film sea birds at night, which will feature on Springwatch soon.
Monday 8 June 2009, 13:44
Chris Watson has been out to South Stack to record the sounds of the nesting sea bird colonies.
Monday 8 June 2009, 11:31
Cemlyn Bay is situated on the northern tip of the Anglesey and consists of a crescent shaped pebble beach edged by sea kale, beet, thrift and other hardy marine plants.
Sunday 7 June 2009, 12:06
Besides the bird life, Anglesey is also littered with hardy coastal flowers of all shapes, colours and sizes including many rare orchids.
Friday 5 June 2009, 16:40
I've just returned from South Stack - an RSPB stronghold with a superb look out tower overlooking the sea cliffs, where nesting guillemots hang precariously to cliff faces, defying gravity.
Friday 5 June 2009, 16:16
The springwatch army has marched north, to the isle of Anglesey or 'Ynys Mon' as it's known in Welsh.
Thursday 4 June 2009, 14:16
We've come to the end of our time here at Lake Vyrnwy and the concealed bird hides are gradually being dismantled.
Wednesday 3 June 2009, 15:37
Bats were recently featured on Springwatch when the team here managed to sync up the thermal imaging cam with a device that recorded the sound of the bats echo locating, so it was audible to our ears..
Wednesday 3 June 2009, 14:10
The more observant of you will have noticed that we've recently moved location. I know some of you were getting bored of the lake view but it's hard not to be impressed by the vista up here.
Tuesday 2 June 2009, 11:00
Monday 1 June 2009, 15:43
You may have already read that we visited red kites at Gigrin Farm last week.
Monday 1 June 2009, 15:20
Chris Watson has been down to the conifer woods recording the second goshawk pair we're currently watching for Springwatch.
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