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Winterwatch 2024 is back

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Winterwatch is back!

It starts on Tuesday, 16th January 2024 at 8pm on BBC2, and Chris Packham, Michaela Strachan and Iolo Williams kick off at RSPB Arne in Dorset, and live cameras are ready to capture foxes, badgers, perhaps a white-tailed eagle!

Iolo goes to Brownsea Island to introduce us to waders flocking for the winter – and Gillian Burke is exploring the beautiful Orkney islands!

There are lots of ways to help wildlife this winter, and the programme’s website has plenty of ideas for us all – if we can do just one thing each, that will help.  The ideas cover a range of species in different locations, volunteering, taking action at home, doing wildlife surveys, and getting involved in your community.

Join in the RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch 2024Join in the RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch 2024
from 26th to 28th January 2024 - 
just choose an hour, watch the birds in your garden or local park,
and let the RSPB know your findings!
Find out more and sign up here.

Visit the programme’s website on BBC here.

Why not join your local Wildlife Trust – there are 46 of them around the UK, all making a difference to wildlife and you can find your local one here.  It will also have lots of information about what the Trust in your area is doing and what you can do to get involved.  

There are lots of other UK conservation charities you can also help here.

The programme is on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at 8pm.

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