Springwatch British Wildlife is the perfect year-round countryside introduction to the much-loved wildlife of the popular BBC2 television series. The book guides you through Britain's rich and diverse natural heritage, allowing you to enjoy the nation's wildlife at its finest — learning how the animals live and where to find them, why they do what they do and how we can appreciate them.
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You will be introduced to the birds, mammals and plants that inhabit our gardens, cities and countryside, with detailed species descriptions and beautiful photographs allowing you to understand their appearance, behaviour and habitats. Discover the best-kept secrets about garden birds, fascinating fungi facts and what leaves and seeds tell us about our thriving plant life.
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A compilation programme featuring highlights from both series was screened on Boxing Day. Birds filmed live on their nests included swallows, buzzards , jays , barn owls and jackdaws. Oddie had close encounters with an otter and a kingfisher on the River Torridge , which runs through the farm. Simon King travelled to the Hebridean island of Islay , where he filmed local specialities such as red-billed choughs , corncrakes , hen harriers , golden eagles and common shelducks. The series also featured barn owl chicks at Cornwall's Lost Gardens of Heligan , and cameras captured the moment when one chick killed and ate its younger sibling.
Gordon Buchanan filmed urban red foxes in Glasgow for a pre-recorded nightly diary segment. The series spawned more spin-offs on other BBC television channels, radio stations and the internet. Autumnwatch was broadcast slightly later in the year than the previous series, from 5 to 14 November. Oddie and Humble were based at Martin Mere as for the previous year, but this time King toured some of Britain's best places for viewing wildlife.
There were daily pre-recorded sequences from the deer rut in Rum which had taken place earlier in the season. Instead of airing a new series, the CBeebies Autumnwatch season was repeated, which caused some parents to complain to the BBC.
For the fourth series of Springwatch , the production team moved to a new location at the Pensthorpe Nature Reserve in Norfolk due to a change of ownership at the Fishleigh Estate farm. Bill Oddie and Kate Humble watched local birds on the nest, including little ringed plovers , goldcrests and reed buntings , all new species for Springwatch.
Swallows, blue tits, great tits , greenfinches , pied wagtails and robins were amongst the returning species. Simon King was based in the Cairngorm National Park , where he brought viewers footage of ospreys with chicks, pine martens , Scottish wildcats , ptarmigan and crested tits. The edition of CBeebies Springwatch was repeated that year and would be the final year the series would air, being scrapped in favour of Green Balloon Club.
The week after the main series ended, four Springwatch Specials were screened. Humble presented a programme on marine life , Oddie looked at garden wildlife, King focussed on spectacular British wildlife events and Gordon Buchanan met people who have interesting relationships with wildlife.
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