Winterwatch at Lodge Park and Sherborne Estate
The BBC was back at the Sherborne Park Estate for Winterwatch in late January.
Dozens of wildlife cameramen, miles of cabling, a small village of producers and not to mention Chris Packham, Michaela Strachan, Martin Hughes-Games, and Gillian Burke, were back in Sherborne for Winterwatch.
Having been home to BBC Two's Springwatch and Autumnwatch this year, the BBC team were getting to know our winter wildlife too.
From the roost of 80 red kites, the places where bats hide in winter and the fields where farm birds are fed by local farmers, they have seen some of the best that Sherborne can offer.
Winterwatch was broadcast on BBC Two between 29 January and 1 February.
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