at its best
Calendar is a wildlife and natural history series on BBC Two.
in beautiful locations around the country, the series offers tips on where to
go to spot some of the most rare and interesting animals, birds, trees and flowers
across the UK.
A seasonal view
Calendar provides a seasonal look at the very best of what the UK countryside
has to offer - from islands, woodlands and estates to meadows, wetlands and coastal
The spring series featured the animals, plants and marine life of
a wide variety of habitats, and offered a user-friendly guide to getting out and
about and enjoying them at this time of year.
This was followed by three
more series - which can be visited on this website:
What's it about?
programme's aim is to encourage viewers to get out, explore and discover nature
Presenter Chris Packham and his team of three experts
earth scientist Janet Sumner, zoologist Sanjida O'Connell and botanist
Mike Dilger go out and about to show you the very best winter wildlife in the
During the course of the series, they visit spectacular locations such
as the Cairngorms, the Isle of Skye, Jersey, Bempton, Rathlin and Llangollen.
The programme is a 'user's guide' to nature in the UK and provides
a practical guide to what you can do, see and learn.
You can also tell
us about seasonal nature on your travels - we'd like you to send in your photographs
of UK wildlife.
The best images will be used in the special photo gallery
section of the Nature's Calendar website.
Simply send in your photographs
in jpeg form to the following email address - firstname.lastname@example.org
together with your name and a few brief comments about what the image is and where
it was taken.
a book to accompany the series covering all four seasons.
more about the book on this website.
you would like to contact the Nature's Calendar website, please email us at email@example.com.
happy to hear from you and help with any problems. If your query isn't answered
below, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
you have a complaint about any of our services you can visit the complaints
section of the BBC website.
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