Following the UK's harshest winter for 30 years the BBC have commissioned a special Snow Watch programme to look at the impact of this weather on our country's wildlife. Brought to you by the team behind the BBC's Autumnwatch and Springwatch, including Kate, Chris and Simon, they'll be taking a look at how all of the wildlife around us has been adapting to cope whilst us humans have been struggling.

According to their press release the programme is due to go out on Wednesday 13 January at 8pm on BBC2.

The Snow Watch team are also looking to hear your stories of the wildlife that you've been seeing during the snowy weather. You can either go to their webpage, or upload photos to their BBC Snow Watch Flickr group. We'd also like to hear about your sighting so please use the comments to tell us about your sightings or e-mails us with any pictures you may have taken.

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  1. Thanks for this information. We have been feeding our birds very frequently, and have had fieldfares and redwings around for days now, which is unusual for our suburban garden. I added a couple of my photos of the fieldfares to the Flickr group:

  2. Great pictures there Laura – thanks for sharing!

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