Next week's Springwatch at Wild Ken Hill sees Chris Packham and Michaela Strachan revisiting the reserve
With a slight delay due to an early Chelsea Flower show, Springwatch, the popular BBC nature programme will be being filmed at Wild Ken Hill, Snettisham from next week.
Presenters Chris Packham and Michaela Strachan return to the reserve on Monday to follow the progress of the rewilding site that they have visited since its start.
There will be three weeks of live filming as the presenters observe live wildlife action through thermal cameras placed around the site.
A recent introduction of Tamworth piglets will no doubt be of interest with the six new additions another herd of wild animals that have been introduced to the site.
The rewilding site at Wild Ken Hill sees project manager Dominic Buscal leading regeneration initiatives since its aim in 2019 to return hundreds of acres of farmland back to nature.
On the agenda is a one day nature festival this September called Gathering.
Since its opening the site has seen wild Exmoor ponies roaming free, a beaver enclosure and a restoration of natural wildlife.
BBC's The Watches have been following the site's progress and viewers can tune in on BBC 2 on Monday, May 30, on BBC 2 at 8pm.