From Friday 7 October at 8.30pm on BBC Two, once a week for eight weeks, Autumnwatch Live will be tracking wildlife action from the beginning to the end of this dramatic season.
The presenters and camera teams will be on the road, visiting some of the UK's most iconic wild places and revealing new and surprising wildlife stories, as they happen. Autumnwatch Unsprung, on air at 9.30pm after the main show, returns with its mix of viewer contributions and expert opinion.
Autumnwatch is moving from the BBC Natural History Unit in Bristol to two new base locations in Gloucestershire. For the first four weeks they are at the National Arboretum at Westonbirt. For the final four weeks, it's the Wildfowl and Wetland Trust's Slimbridge reserve.
As well as reporting live from its base locations, Chris, Michaela and Martin will be on the road each week, visiting some of the UK’s most iconic wild places. At each location, they’ll explore the landscapes and report on the wildlife action as it happens.
If you want to experience wildlife near you, you can check out your nearest Wildlife Trust reserve, or see what events are happening near you. If you are inspired by content in the show, you can also use the links below from local Wildlife Trusts.
For more information on Autumnwatch visit the website.
Dyfi Osprey Project
Find out more about Montgomeryshire Wildlife Trust's Dyfi Osprey project online.
Spurn National Nature Reserve
Spurn National Nature Reserve is managed by the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust. For more information on how to get there and what you can see visit their website.
Steve Hussey from Devon Wildlife Trust features in Badger Watch on the red button. Find out more about badgers on Devon Wildlife Trust's website.