When will Winterwatch be back on BBC娛樂城推薦 2?

POPULAR BBC show Winterwatch allows viewers to enjoy the best of British winter wildlife from the comfort of their home.

So when are its nature-mad presenters, and their live wildlife cameras back on our screens?

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Presenting duo Chris Packham and Me娛樂城優惠活動gan McCubbin Credit: Rex Features

When will Winterwatch be back on BBC 2?

Winterwatch is bound to return in 2022, but the start date has not been released as yet.

The show has been airing since 2012, and is normally broadcast in January or February.

In 2021, the series started on BBC Two from January 19 at 8pm.

It then aired every night from Tuesday to Fridays up until January 29.

Chris Packham's stepdaughter went diving with jellyfish to show off their beauty

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Chris Packham’s stepdaughter went diving with jellyfish to show off their beautyCredit: BBC
She later explained how their sting works

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She later explained how their sting works Credit: BBC

Winterwatch’s first episode in 2021, which features host Chris Packham, surpassed the show’s record for viewing figures.

It boasted an average of 2.6mill娛樂城註冊送體驗金ion tuning into see the nature programme on BBC Two, said the broadcaster.

That beat the equivalent episodes of the programme which aired in 2019 and 2020.

Packham said the rise in viewing figures came amid an increase in interest in the natural world as people seek “solace and respite in the simple perfection of nature”.

Winterwatch is presented by Gillian Burke, Iolo Williams, Packham and his stepdaughter Megan McCubbin.

Chris Packham is known for hosting The Really Wild Show and BBC's Springwatch

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Chris Packham is known for hosting The Really Wild Show and BBC’s SpringwatchCredit: BBC

What happened in the last episode of Winterwatch 2021?

The cameras were running from 10am until late on Friday January 29, 2021.

The final show of th娛樂城優惠e eight-episode se娛樂城體驗金ries closed with a look back at the season, with presenters giving viewers a last peek at animals they had been watching for the previous fortnight.

Live cameras were broadcasting from Aberystwyth in Wales, the River Ness in Scotland and the New Forest in England.