BBC2. 8pm tonight. See you there!http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b0079t1p
I must say, it's been very quiet this morning in the open water surrounded by the reedbeds, so much so that they have spent most of the morning on the birdfeeders on the live TV pictures behind the red button. I don't know where all the wetland birds have been this morning, although there where a few deer stags very early this morning along with a few ducks and geese but since then nothing much more on the open water.
In reply to THOMO:
@ Mrs T Autumnwatch 2015 ? have I missed a year out somewhere lol !!
"Each kindness shown to birds or men is sure to flutter back again"
In reply to HAZY:
In reply to James:
Oh epic fail MrsT. Cannot blame me for being forward thinking...
In reply to MrsT:
Ummmm ginger cake..........
I fancy either the Orange or Lemon Drizzle cake. Don't forget to put them in tonight's quiz Claire?
Its there don't fret!
I've been watching the live webcam's all day of the wildlife behind the BBC Red Button. There's been a lack of wildfowl and geese today, but when i saw live pictures earlier today of the Otter's that certainly made up for the lack of wildfowl and geese.
The pinkies were beautiful, as were the ducks, especially the Pintail!
As always the wildlife got star billing,great to see John Wilson get his due praise.On our last visit we tried Apple Strusel slice as well as Ginger Cake willing to try that again just in case I did not like it the first time !!
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