Had a some great results with interpretation of roe deer tracks, where a yearling was suckling from its mother. Lots of practice done at the reservoirs on bird dynamics, and after gettig some old gorse needles down my neck we were delighted to find a complex kill site, in a very in-accessible place. In tracking terms its called 2nd penetration, and its amazing what wildlife secrets are going on around us all the time.
We are back at Canonteign next week filmng with Countryfile, and private tuiton. It should be interesting, because this is the cusp of rapid growth in the vegetation and it goes through a transition from sparse to vibrant colours and then green.
Somehow the woods seem to have lost the austerity of winter, the vegetation and wildlife, is looking good!