As an avid viewer of wildlife documentaries, I can honestly say that this is one of the best I have ever seen, if not THE best.
It's a truly magical celebration of our British wildlife, set within the context of the changing seasons and the interrelationships between wildlife and humans.
The only drawback - though a very minor one - is that it now feels a little dated, though this only reflects the fact that (presumably) there was a delay of several years in its release. This does not, however, detract from such a wonderful and well-produced series, and I strongly recommend this to anyone with an interest in our wildlife, landscape and natural heritage.
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