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Details for Winterwatch S09 complete (2021) (1280x720p HD, 50fps, soft Eng subs)
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Winterwatch S09 complete (2021) (1280x720p HD, 50fps, soft Eng subs)

E01 Winterwatch is back for two weeks! The days are short and the nights are long, but there is magic to be found in winter. The team invite you to wrap up warm and join them for an exploration of wonderful wildlife, seasonal beauty and natural wonder. Chris Packham is in the New Forest with his stepdaughter Megan McCubbin, watching winter transform his home. Iolo Williams is at the Centre for Alternative Technology in Wales and hopes to see some amazing murmurations. We catch up with the Tentsmuir seals and find out how they have been coping with the winter chills. Gillian Burke is live from the Cornwall Beaver Project, which she visited in spring. Tonight, she shares her own winter watchlist of what to look out for on our daily walks this season. And young naturalist Indy Green shares his wildlife passion during a trip into Sherwood Forest to hunt for one of our most elusive birds of prey - the goshawk.

E02 In this episode, Winterwatch concentrates on the superpowers that some of our wildlife has developed in order to survive this harshest of seasons.

Chris Packham is in the New Forest, catching up on the action caught on his local live cameras as well as new live cameras on the River Ness in Scotland. Iolo Williams is looking at a feral flock of barnacle geese which have descended on RSPB Ynis Hir.  Gillian Burke shares her own stories of winter wildlife from her base at the Cornwall Beaver Project, and new camera technology lets us explore the science behind how owls hunt at night. Also, a look below the surface of Loch Carron to see the amazing brittlestars who thrive there in winter.

E03 This episode of Winterwatch concentrates on the sense of winter – the touch, smell, sounds and sights that make up the most magical of seasons.
Chris Packham will be in the New Forest, looking at the shape of nests and which species of bee you might find in your hotel at the moment. Iolo Williams is looking at tree creepers. Wildlife cameraman Richard Taylor Jones tells us the story of the Oare Marshes on the River Swale, which have gone from a site for the production of gunpowder to a wildlife haven. And fish enthusiast Jack Perks gets into the most extraordinary camouflage to witness a bait ball in Rutland Water.

E04 This episode of Winterwatch concentrates on the hidden treasures of winter. Chris Packham is live in the New Forest, catching up on the dramas showing up on the live cameras on his badger sett among the spawning salmon in the River Ness. He’s also looking at why waders bob.
Iolo Williams has eyes on the very rare white-fronted geese that migrate to Wales every year. Gillian reports live from the Cornwall Beaver Project, and on the Orkney Islands, a regular beachcomber is hoping the winter tides will turn up some natural treasures. Also, we’re on the hunt for the elusive woodcock in Northern Ireland.

E05 This episode looks at the extraordinary lengths animals go to in order to survive this harshest of seasons. Chris Packham comes live from the New Forest, looking for Dartford warblers, and he updates us on what’s happened on the live cameras over the weekend. Iolo Williams is looking at the water shrews and discovers their amazing ability to survive the winter, while Gillian Burke explains why our local sewage works can be a magnet for wildlife during the winter months. Tonight also sees the start of Megan McCubbin 's four part look at species that we don’t love as much as we should. Megan hopes to challenge the reputations of these animals and make us appreciate them, starting with rats. We’re also on the Somerset levels as 'Birdgirl' Mya Rose Craig goes in search of the very rare Penduline tit – and she hopes to show Iolo where to find them.

E06 In this episode, Winterwatch looks at wonderful warming winter gatherings. Everyone comes together in the winter – and so do the animals. Chris Packham will be live in the New Forest to look at what’s been happening in the badger sett in the New Forest – as well as the latest action from the River Ness. Iolo Williams is looking at otters at CAT in Wales and how more otters are being encouraged to come to the site through the constrution of holts. There are more winter wildlife reports from Gillian Burke down in Cornwall, and in the second of a four part look by Megan McCubbin at species that we don’t love as much as we should, she swims with jellyfish in a bid to understand why they are misunderstood. We’re also with actor and keen birder Sam West as he teams up with sound recordist Gary Moore at RSPB Minsmere to better understand the sounds of our winter birds.

E07 In this episode, Winterwatch takes a look at wellbeing – both for humans and for animals – and how, in these difficult times, nature can have the answers. Chris Packham will be live in the New Forest with all the news from our live cameras, and Iolo Williams is at the Centre for Alternative Technology in Wales. In the third part of her look at unloved animals, Megan McCubbin looks at why the intelligence of pigeons should be admired. Also, a look at wild swimming with a woman who has found it of enormous benefit to her mental health and who takes amazing photographs of the wildlife she sees on her swims.

E08 The final Winterwatch of this series looks at the season as a whole and what it means to us all to celebrate that winter magic. Chris Packham will be live in the New Forest, giving us a final look at the animals we’ve been witnessing for the last couple of weeks. Iolo Williams is looking at oyster catchers and peregrines.
Gillian Burke rounds up her time at the Cornwall Beaver Project, and in our final film about the animals we love to hate, Megan McCubbin tells us why slugs are so important. Not just garden destroyers, they are vital to the ecosystem as a whole. We’re also on the hunt for another of our iconic birds of prey as Iolo discovers the amazing success story of red kites in Wales.

First broadcast:  January 2021
Duration:  1 hour per episode

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