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Episode 6

Autumnwatch, 2010 Episode 6 of 8

Autumnwatch returns for a celebration of UK wildlife.

The team stays close to home, visiting some of the UK's 16 million back gardens to find out why they can be such an important sanctuary for wildlife in autumn. Kate learns what a garden needs to best help wildlife through the winter months while Chris passes on his own top tips.

Martin discovers there's a pecking order amongst the birds on our feeders and that some of our blackbirds are German.

Off the coast of Devon marine conservationist Maya Plass reveals autumn colour on the sea bed.

1 hour

Last on

Thu 11 Nov 2010 20:30

Credits

Role Contributor
PresenterChris Packham
PresenterKate Humble
PresenterMartin Hughes-Games
Series ProducerRoger Webb
Executive ProducerTim Scoones
PresenterGordon Buchanan
PresenterIolo Williams
PresenterLiz Bonnin
PresenterChris Watson

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Fun with Autumnwatch GIFs

Fun with Autumnwatch GIFs

Mix & match images with music to create your own autumnal AV experience.

Radio 4: Autumn leaves quiz

Radio 4: Autumn leaves quiz

How many trees can you identify from their autumn leaves?

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