BBC's Winterwatch returns to Wild Ken Hill

BBC's Winterwatch returns to Wild Ken Hill
Chris Packham and Michaela Strachan at Wild Ken Hill in January 2022 - Credit Ian Burt

Chris Packham and Michaela Strachan will be broadcasting live from Wild Ken Hill for two weeks from Tuesday 17th January

Chris and Michaela will be exploring a whole host of wildlife. They will be taking a look at the latest breeding season of Norfolk’s Grey Seal populations as they seemingly go from strength to strength and Michaela will be looking for treasure along Norfolk’s beaches and learning what mermaid’s purses can tell us about the health of our seas.

They will be uncovering the hidden secrets of the birds that come to our garden feeders over winter plus looking at the pink-footed geese and corvids that make Norfolk their home in colder months.

The cameras set up around the estate will focus on the grazing marsh, the beavers maintaining their dam and the waterfowl and waders on the shoreline while the remote thermal camera will bring the nocturnal action to your TV.

Additionally, presenters Iolo Williams and Gillian Burke will be broadcasting from Edinburgh.

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