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Another series of the nature programme, with the latest news and information on wildlife.
Introduced by Tony Soper With SU INGLE
Barn owls are having a hard time as traditional barns disappear. Tony has some ideas for providing new nest sites for barn owls. And if you know of unusual nest sites for other birds, why not write in and tell us?
How many different wild flowers could you find in one day, in one place, at this time of year? Su goes on a wild flower expedition to discover the answer.
Otters are popular animals, but they're almost impossible to see, let alone film. Tony goes otterwatchine in Shetland, and discovers the secrets of how these rare and beautiful animals can be filmed.
Associate producer TONY SOPER
Producer MIKE BEYNON BBC Bristol
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