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Such a tender scene, two otters on the Isle of Mull. Just beautiful. 😍�#Autumnwatchcm1
Turn your volume up!!! ❤️🔊 How amazing is this jay filmed by Lisa Wood!! 🎶�#AutumnwatchaWwua
The warmth of our cities has allowed one tiny mammal to defy the seasons, and thrive right under our noses! 🐭7
Two of our garden favourites to brighten up Monday morning 😍😍#Autumnwatchtch 🎥 Paul BryqRAe
A moment of relaxation to take in the beauty of the Lake District 🏔✨ #Autumnwatchh0
Marvellous pine martens in the Dyfi Valley. Have you ever been lucky enough to watch a pine marten? #Autumnwatch 🎥 Jason Hornblowa
Take a moment to unwind and calm the mind, with the stunning sights and sounds of the Celtic rainforest ❤️ #Autumnwatch
A mindfulness moment from the peaceful pine forest realm of the red squirrel... and relax #Autumnwatch 🎥 Alison Hitchens9
This badger had a bit of a shock when it spotted a camera filming it! 🙈😂#AutumnwatchcpG
Ecosystems protect us. We can only tackle climate change by restoring and protecting nature. People’s Advocate, Sir David Attenborough reminded us why nature is a “key ally” earlier this week 👇 #TogetherForOurPlanettY
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Every year in the autumn, red deer stags across the UK fight for the right to breed with hinds in what is known as the annual rut. Check out this amazing footage filmed by Samuel Rusu! 🦌❤️ #Autumnwatchh �yS
It turns out it's not just bats emitting sound beyond our human hearing range, there are some truly creepy night-time calls out there and as it's #Halloween we sent out @HannahStitfall to discover what's breaking the not so silent night...👻🎃😱 🎥 Alison Hitch#Autumnwatchadyx7
One of our most amazing autumn spectacles! 🐟 Have you ever been lucky enough to watch salmon leaping?#AutumnwatchhL
Goodnight, #Autumnwatch. See you in January for more "No Context-ing" 👀V
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That's it for #Autumnwatch 2021! 🥺 But head over to our Facebook page right now to watch a highlights film from our night cameras which will give you the opportunity to get together, watch and chat about the wildlife from this week! See you there! �bit.ly/3CtXau66a7
The incredible diversity of fungi is one of our very favourite things about #Autumn 🍄 @BBCSpringwatchh#Autumnwatchh �@belfastroadsterezn
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And now it's time to relax in the beauty of autumn's spectacular flocks! 🍂�#AutumnwatchcFZ
Trees rely on #fungi and we're just starting to understand how close this relationship is: great networks that link and support trees and woodland life!🌳🍄woodlandtru.st/9L8Hul#Autumnwatchcft
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Tree Fungi #Fungi my son said look mum this tree is sticking it’s tongue out…🤣 #treefungig#Autumnm#AutumnWatchc#FungiFridayaay
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Mice and voles are the #TawnyOwls main food source. These nocturnal hunters silently swoop down on their unsuspecting prey, plucking them from the forest floor🦉 woodlandtru.st/LwI7sg#AutumnwatchhI
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What fascinating and fantastic fungi! Here's another one to add to the list, may we present to you the Tongues of Fire 🍄🔥 (via the.fungi.guy on instagram#AutumnwatchcDf
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Depsite being toxic to humans, lots of animals will eat fly agaric! And we managed to capture this muntjac having a tasty snack on one! 🦌🍄 #Autumnwatcht6rd
Did you see the news on #Autumnwatch? One of the solutions to the #ClimateCrisis is right under our feet 👣💧 Coastal wetlands store HUGE amounts of carbon - new research shows tha@WWTSteartrt in Somerset has buried 18,000 tonnes of it over 4 years! Here's how rh9
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#ShortEaredOwls nest on the ground in upland moorland, grassland and #woodland edges, making nests in grass, reeds or heather.⁠ ⁠ They can be found in the north of the UK all year round but we receive many winter migrants�woodlandtru.st/Jujqd0#AutumnwatchhK
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We’ve fitted GPS tags to a number of Short-eared Owls to help us learn more about this enigmatic and difficult-to-monitor species. Their localised UK population appears to be declining, though the reasons for this are not well understood #AutumnWatch
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Our research has shown that Short-eared Owls are nomads that can move astonishing distances during each season. In spring 2017, one female bred in Perthshire and then again in Norway, before spending the winter in Ireland, Cornwall and Norfolk #AutumnWatch
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The location data we receive from the tagged Short-eared Owls allows us to analyse their range and habitat use. We’ve now logged more than 22,000 accurate locations, spread from the deserts of Western Sahara to the coast of arctic Russia #AutumnWatch
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Did you know that short-eared owls are known as catty faces in some places? How many cats have we got watching #Autumnwatch tonight? @BBCSpringwatch
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Had my own little autumn watch this afternoon #Autumnwatch
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Can’t believe the week’s up already! #AutumnWatch - what a blast! Chuffed and honoured to work with this team of nerds 💚🍁 what a brill four days! Now, sleep qMq
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To date 226 individual minke whales have been identified and catalogued in the Hebrides! 🐋 And lunge feeding is a technique they use to catch herring! Absolutley incredible! �#Autumnwatchcj8
Wetlands are natural supersystems, containing a huge amount of biodiversity 💧🐸🐟🌱🦋 40% of the species on earth, like the beautiful little egret, depend on th@BBCSpringwatchw#AutumnwatchwG2Cpm
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As Great White and Cattle Egret follow in Little Egret’s colonising footsteps, it’s time to brush up on your egret ID. All three can look confusingly similar, but here’s a video to help 👉 bit.ly/2RKi6evf#AutumnWatchh5
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Fantastic shots of the hooded crow bathing on #Autumnwatch there. Their corvid cousin, the raven, is often busy at this time of year spooking everyone for #Halloween, but you can read all about them here: community.rspb.org.uk/ourwork/b/scot… @BBCSpringwatch
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Wetlands are part of our natural infrastructure, providing essential protection against climate change, floods, droughts & pollution! Here are just a few things wetlands can do: 👉 Provide wildlife habitat 👉 Capture & store carbon 👉 Natural flood management#AutumnwatchtchKAGX
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The UK’s oldest ever Grey Heron (that we know of)? 23 years, 9 months, 2 days. Ringing birds lets us to collect all sorts of data about them, including, when a ringed bird is re-caught or re-sighted, how old they are. Learn more here 👉bit.ly/3BiSo1iq#AutumnWatchhU
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Fancy monitoring your local Grey Heron colony? Our Heronries Census started in 1928 and is the longest-running bird monitoring scheme in the world. Get ready for next spring and use this map to see if there’s a vacant survey site near you 👉 app.bto.org/colonies/publi…P#AutumnWatchhI
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Since our Heronries Census began more than 90 years ago we’ve recorded a small long-term increase in the UK Grey Heron population. It was badly affected by the particularly harsh winters of 1946/47 and 1962/63, though recovered quickly each time #AutumnWatch
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The UK is home to 18 species of bat!🦇 The only mammals that can fly, they also sleep upside down, navigate by echolocation and find food and shelter in our woods and#treesswoodlandtru.st/xSwpDg#Autumnwatchhs
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Did you know that 40% of world species depend on wetland habitats?! Making them one of the most important habitats on earth! 🌍💛 Read how efficient they can be at storing carbon bbc.in/3mod7MXN#Autumnwatchtqy4
The BTO Acoustic Pipeline is a revolutionary software package that uses artificial intelligence to identify bats (like this Nathusius' Pipistrelle) and other nocturnal wildlife recorded on your bat detector at home. More info here 👉 bit.ly/3z5S4CJz#AutumnWatchh2
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Bats are the only true flying mammals in the world! A tiny pipistrelle can eat up to 3,000 insects in a night 😮🦟🦇#Autumnwatchtu5b
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A badger having a good belly scratch at #GlenFinglas🦡 #Badgerss are sociable and playful, and live together in family groups known as clans. There may be around six badgers in each clan that share the same territory! woodlandtru.st/8rziCf#AutumnwatchhA
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We've been getting quite the bat action on our live wildlife cameras at night this series! 🦇 We have 18 species of bat found here in the UK, and all use ecolocation to find their prey under the cover of darkness in the pitch black! 🌙�#AutumnwatchavCq2
The mother otter will raise her cubs without help from the male. After about ten weeks she will take them out of the den for the first time, and a few weeks later they will venture into the water for their first swim�woodlandtru.st/CpflxT#Autumnwatchhu
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First beavers and now otters, it’s a marvel of mammals on #Autumnwatch tonight. Dive in with our friend here to discover five facts about these amazing creatures: community.rspb.org.uk/ourwork/b/scot… @BBCSpringwatch
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Wonderful to see our friend @Bennytheblenny 💚 such fabulous work uncovering the behaviour of this wonderful fish!#Autumnwatchh �wildlifetrusts.org/blog/guest/tom…5twitter.com/BBCSpringwatch…kt
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Becasue what more do we need on a cold October night than some adorable otters 🦦�#AutumnwatchcYk
Otter cubs will stay with their mothers for around a year in the wild 🥺 And during this time she will teach them all the skills they need to fend for themselves in the big wide world! 🦦🐾#Autumnwatcht4Hl
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