Autumnwatch 2011…

starts tomorrow evening on BBC2 at 8.30pm with Michaela Strachan, Chris Packham and Martin Hughes-Games broadcasting live from The National Arboretum, Westonbirt.

This weeks guest presenter, Roy Dennis, is following the migration of the Springwatch osprey chicks heading for Africa.

Autumnwatch Unsprung immediately follows the programme at 9.30pm.

For lots more there’s the ever excellent Autumnwatch homepage.

My thanks to everyone who commented on Sunday’s post. I wasn’t feeling too good for the couple of days that coincided with the hot weather. Thankfully I’m okay now, and the weather has reverted to normal.

Have a good weekend!

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10 Responses to Autumnwatch 2011…

  1. That sounds just the ticket… glad to hear you are feeling better

  2. wellywoman says:

    Looking forward to Autumnwatch. Do you know when the Sarah Raven programme will be on? I’ve seen press for it suggesting it should have already started, I guess they must have changed the schedules.

  3. nikkipolani says:

    Well, perfect time for your too-warm weather and aches to ease — Autumnwatch! Just looked up osprey chicks and thought their markings make them unique looking. Hope you’ll get to see them in flight on the show.

  4. Jo says:

    I’ll catch snippets of the programme, as usual. Glad to hear you’re feeling better.

  5. Flighty says:

    Jo enjoy what you do watch. Thanks. xx

  6. Guillaume says:

    I am watching it now. I love this show.

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