Springwatch revealed its plans for 2009 during a press conference at Pensthorpe Nature Reserve, the Norfolk base for the prime time BBC2 wildlife programme. All photos by Martin Barber.
Springwatch presenters Chris Packham, Kate Humble and Gordon Buchanan (left to right) with Pensthorpe's co-owner Debs Jordan take questions from the press.
New Springwatch presenter Martin Hugh-Games (left) with Springwatch producer Roger Webb discuss holiday's on the wild-side, a new feature for Springwatch 2009.
Kate and Chris record an interview at Pensthorpe with BBC Look East presenter Julie Reinger and give Springwatch viewers the first chance to see their on-screen chemistry.
Gordon Buchanan tells the local press about his 2009 Springwatch mission to uncover the mysteries of a large family of badgers at a secret location in Essex.
Kate and Chris take a few moments during the press event to have a quick chat with BBC Radio Norfolk from the green outside Five Cottage, the building used for the Springwatch studio.
Simon King will be based in Wales for Springwatch 2009 to go in search of the illusive polecat and magnificent goshawk. Here he's recording a blog entry for the Springwatch website.
The Pensthorpe reserve also has badgers, so the gauntlet was thrown as to whether Kate's Norfolk team or Gordon's Essex badger unit would see them first.
Martin Hugh-Games joins the Springwatch presentation team. Here he records his first video blog for the Springwatch website and shares adventures from his wildlife holiday series around the UK.
And once the national and local press had disappeared into a Norfolk sunset, there was just time for a quick photo for the Springwatch team and Pensthorpe's Debs Jordan.