Do you have a passion for wildlife recording in your garden?

Correspondence from Sean McHugh WBP. Dragonfly TV are looking for enthusiastic people who have a passion for wildlife recording in their gardens and are looking some Welsh examples.

Dragonfly Film and Television Offer
Dragonfly TV are developing a programme about people who watch and record wildlife in their gardens.  We want to talk to as many people as possible to find out what they do and why they do it.  Whether its moth trapping, filming foxes, putting in nestbox cams, noting natterjacks we would love to talk to you.

Dragonfly Film and Television is a BAFTA award-winning, independent television production company, specialising in factual programmes.  We work across all the major UK and international broadcasters, such as the BBC, Channel 4, Discovery and National Geographic.  We have a proven track record of delivering thoughtful and sensitive single documentaries and series.

Dragonfly’s programmes have a reputation for dealing with important and often sensitive subject matters, with warmth and integrity. From The Burrowers to giving birth in One Born Every Minute to crashing a plane in Plane Crash, we always tell stories in an honest, thought-provoking and sensitively handled way. Dragonfly have worked with many people, places and institutions – including maternity wards, hotels, schools and families in their homes.  We now want go onto peoples gardens.

Our latest idea is about people who capture wildlife in their back garden. Our gardens are our own private wildernesses – the place we gain most experience and enjoyment of the natural world, and we British don’t want to miss a bit of what’s going on! We want to find people who are totally obsessed with capturing birds, bees, hedgehogs, butterflies, foxes, badges and moths to name a few.

If you or you know anyone who might be interested in taking part, please contact Sarah.Rubin@dragonfly.tv or call on 0207 033 3195

Regards

Sean

Sean McHugh
WBP Communications Officer
Wales Biodiversity Partnership

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