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Episode 12

In this last Springwatch of 2020, the team reflects on an unprecedented year and nature’s power to help people cope with such challenging times.

In this last Springwatch of 2020, the team reflects on an unprecedented year and nature’s power to help people cope with such challenging times.

Wildlife sound recordist Gary Moore searches for a 'lost' dawn chorus on the Knepp Estate in West Sussex, where numbers of rare songbirds like the nightingale are beginning to recover. Gillian Burke explains how she has been helping with a survey of one of Cornwall’s much-loved mammals, the grey seal.

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59 minutes

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Thu 9 Jul 2020 08:00

Credits

Role Contributor
Presenter Chris Packham
Presenter Gillian Burke
Presenter Iolo Williams
Presenter Ellie Harrison
Production Manager Helen Wallbank
Series Producer Mark Edwards
Executive Producer Rosemary Edwards
Series Editor Jo Brame
Producer Ben Harris
Director James Morgan

Broadcasts

Take part in The Open University’s brand new citizen science project, OU Pollinator Watch

Take part in The Open University’s brand new citizen science project, OU Pollinator Watch

The Open University Pollinator Watch

Wildlife from your Window

Wildlife from your Window

The Springwatch 9am live show presented by Hannah Stitfall

Out to Lunch with Chris and Megs

Out to Lunch with Chris and Megs

The 12pm live show presented by Chris Packham and Megan McCubbin

News from the Nests

News from the Nests

Hannah presents the Springwatch 5pm live show

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