Autumnwatch 2021: when does BBC programme start, how to watch live cameras, and who is presenting?

Autumnwatch is ready to begin on Tuesday (26 October), once again bringing UK viewers their seasonal dose of wildlife and stunning locations.

Wild Ken Hill, Stangford Lough, and the Isle of Mull are the three chosen locations for 2021.

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Similar to Springwatch 2021, the latest series will be filmed and broadcast from these locations, instead of broadcasting from one main hub as in previous years.

Here’s everything you need to know about Autumnwatch 2021.

When does Autumnwatch 2021 start?

Autumnwatch 2021 begins on BBC Two on Tuesday 26 October at 8pm.

The show will be broadcast on BBC Two daily at 8pm from 26 October until Friday 29 October.

How do I watch the Autumnwatch live wildlife cameras?

Live wildlife cameras will run every day on the website, BBC YouTube and BBC iPlayer from 10am to 10pm on Monday 25 October until 9pm on Friday 29 October.

The cameras will be filming the wildlife this autumn in Wild Ken Hill in Norfolk.

Where is Autumnwatch 2021?

Autumnwatch 2021 will be filmed across three locations in the UK.

Chris Packham and Michalea Strachan will be based at Wild Ken Hill in Norfolk.

Gillian Burkewill be based at WWF Castle Espie on Strangford Lough in Northern Ireland.

Megan McCubbin and Iolo Williams will be stationed on the Isle of Mull off the west of Scotland.

Who is presenting Autumnwatch 2021?

Autumnwatch 2021 will be presented by Chris Packham, Michaela Strachan, Gillian Burker and Megan McCubbin.

Chris Packham, Michaela Strachan, Gillian Burke - (C) BBC - Photographer: Pete Dadds

Iolo Williams will also be making brief appearances from the Isle of Mull during the series.