Springwatch fans will be delighted to have the popular BBC Animal Show back for a new series.
Here’s everything you need to know about Spring Watch 2021.
Spring Watch’s favorite Chris Pakkam will be part of the presentation team[/caption]
When does Spring Watch 2021 start on BBC Two?
Spring Watch 2021 starts on Tuesday, May 25 at 8pm, live on BBC Two.
The new series will air live for three weeks from Tuesday to Friday, and the show will end on Friday, June 11th.
Although the Spring Watch team brings our favorite British wildlife into our living rooms every evening, the format of this series is a little different than last year.
Instead of presenting the show together from one major hub, the team will expand to three different locations across the UK.
The show will explore how late spring wildlife can be affected, from scrolls and animals to otters and golden rabbits.
TV presenter Michael Strachan returns to the show after missing the 2020 series[/caption]
Who is presenting Spring Watch 2021?
Fans’ favorites Chris Pakkam, Michael Strachan, Gillian Burke and Aloe Williams are back to host the show.
Fabulous Four fell in 2020 when Michaela Strachan was unable to star in the Spring Watch, Autumn Watch and Winterwatch last year.
Kovid-19 travel restrictions have banned the much-loved TV presenter from traveling home from South Africa.
The show also features a number of pre-recorded films from other contributors, including Chris’ foster daughter Megan McCubin.
Welsh TV presenter and naturalist Aolo Williams will be in the Scottish Highlands[/caption]
Where is the Spring Watch 2021 pictured?
The new series will be filmed and broadcast from three different locations across the UK.
Chris and Michael will be hosting Wild Ken Hill, a regenerative farming project in Norfolk.
The 1,000-acre wetland project demonstrates how sustainable farming can be done, and is home to wildlife such as Eurasian beavers and red cattle.
The show crosses the Irish Sea for the first time with Gillian, WWT Castle SP, the only marine nature reserve in Northern Ireland, located off the coast of Strongford Lough.
Meanwhile, Welsh TV presenter and naturalist Aiolo Williams will present live from the Scottish Highlands, home to many eagles and wildcats.
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