The last episode of the series looks at what winter means to us. Chris Packham has a final look at the live cameras, and Iolo Williams explores the amazing success of red kites in Wales.
The final Winterwatch of this series looks at the season as a whole and what it means to us all to celebrate that winter magic.
Chris Packham will be live in the New Forest, giving us a final look at the animals we’ve been witnessing for the last couple of weeks. Iolo Williams is looking at oyster catchers and peregrines.
Gillian Burke rounds up her time at the Cornwall Beaver Project, and in our final film about the animals we love to hate, Megan McCubbin tells us why slugs are so important. Not just garden destroyers, they are vital to the ecosystem as a whole.
We’re also on the hunt for another of our iconic birds of prey as Iolo discovers the amazing success story of red kites in Wales.
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Silver In The Sky
|Series Editor||Joanna Brame|
|Series Producer||Mark Flowers|