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Get ready for two fantastic weeks of Mid Wales wildlife as Iolo Williams and BBC Winterwatch return to CAT for another live broadcast at the end of January.

Autumnwatch brought us pine martens, hawfinch and a glimpse of one of CAT’s hazel dormice as it fattened up for the winter. We can’t wait to see what the changing seasons will bring.

Follow us on socials to get a sneak peek at the wonderful wildlife that has found a home at CAT.

Throughout January we’ll be sharing tips and information on the changes, big and small, that can #HelpNatureThrive – please add your voice by sharing and posting, and sign up to emails to find out more.

You might not be able to visit CAT at the moment, but you can still enjoy the magic of the winter wildlife of Mid Wales – live in your living room. #Winterwatch

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