David Attenborough on Ireland: ‘You have to see to believe’


David Attenborough will present “extraordinary animal dramas and wildlife spectacles” across Ireland and the UK in a new series for the BBC.

he consists of five parts of natural history, titled Desert islandAim to simulate what Planet earth The series has made the world’s wildlife – inspiring people to “protect and restore nature for future generations”.

Filmed over three years, the BBC One series, shot in 4K, will explain the challenges nature faces and what can be done to make our wild islands wild. more in the future.

Attenborough (96 years old) said: “In my long life, I have traveled almost everywhere on our planet.

“I can assure you that in the UK and Ireland, as well as the incredible vistas, there are animal and wildlife dramas that are particularly consistent with anything I have seen in the past. his global travel.”

The series will feature an introductory episode explaining why Britain and Ireland are of global importance to nature.

The remaining four-hour episodes will celebrate the island’s four main habitats – woodland, grassland, freshwater, and sea.

They will show gulls stealing fish from puffins and wild horses fighting for the attention of their females.

It will also show the gathering of bluefin tuna, black partridge and hens of prey and red deer flying the flag in one of Ireland’s wildest corners.

The series will capture the countryside of Ireland and England using aerial photography, and motion-controlled time-lapse photography will highlight the passing seasons.

The low-light camera will reveal the nightlife of your favorite animals, and the macro photography will explore the miniature world of rock pools, ponds and grasslands.

Jack Bootle, the BBC’s head of committee, science and natural history, said: “The multi-award winning team at Silverback is creating
an eye-opening celebration of wildlife in the UK and Ireland that must be witnessed to be believable.

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“You would think a prairie in Somerset as beautiful as the Serengeti and the North Atlantic as wild and dramatic as Antarctica.”

Tanya Steele, executive director of World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), which co-produced the series, said: “Our aim is that this stunning series will inspire people to take action to take action. protect and restore nature for future generations.”

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