Autumnwatch: Ask Nick Baker a question
The guest presenter for the 4 November show is experienced naturalist and broadcaster Nick Baker.
Nick is a familiar face on our screens having recently inspired us with Nick Baker's Weird Creatures on Five.
He is no stranger to the BBC having been a presenter on the Really Wild Show, Tomorrow's World and Watchout, co-presenting with our very own Chris Packham.
The Autumnwatch team have set Nick a minibeast challenge in his local wood on Dartmoor. Equipped with a range of high-tech cameras, lenses and microphones, Nick and the team are going to be exploring life in the leaf litter of an oak woodland.
Ever wondered what minibeasts inhabit these layered miniture landscapes? Is there a difference between a springtail and a collembola? Post your questions for Nick below.
Nick’s obsession for local wildlife began at an early age with a fascinating collection of insects and spiders. He went on to Exeter University to study biology as well as taking extra credits in harmonica and singing with various bands on the local music scene.
His passion for all things bug-like led to him getting involved in a youth outreach programme taking bugs and other creeping critters into local schools and radio stations. And as they say, that is how it all began.
Watch Autumnwatch on Thursday 4 November to see Nick's adventure to the Dartmoor National Park. In the meantime, post your woodland questions for Nick below.