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In this special episode Naomi, Tim and Radzi look back at some of the Wild adventures of the series and try out some new ones.


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the time you got up, went out and got wild. We are going to look at

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how wild things have been throughout the series. We best get cracking.

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Where is Wilkinson? Woo hoo!She said she would be here. Sorry, just

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dropped in to say hello. Sorry I am feast of incredible adventures,

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wildlife, adventure sports and some of your amazing WILD things.

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Everything that we can squeeze into one show. Over the last eight weeks

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we have had a truly WILD time watching you get up and get active.

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We have chosen a personal selection of our favourite moments as well as

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the ones you have requested on our website. I have a favourite. When I

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went mountain boarding. What about when I went WILD with sled dogs? We

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are turning! It is not about us, it is about you, our guests and

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audiences. We better get cosy and take a look at some of our wild

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been on an epic road trip, travelling the length and breadth of

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the UK. We were in Cardiff. Hunstanton. Paignton in Devon.

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have come to Belfast activity centre. We have met so many amazing

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wildlife and outdoor enthusiasts. From our forest fanatics. Too wet

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and wild water pioneers. The urban explorers. And our daring

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mountaineers. They have all set the bar so high with wildlife and

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adventure escapades. All our wild things have been truly

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inspirational. We have been so inspired by our wild things that Tim

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and I have told our very own raft. It has taken us hours, how good is

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this, Radzi? Is it definitely finished? It doesn't seem that

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stable to me. We thought we would get our hands dirty and we are very

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confident it is going to work. are so confident, we have named it

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Sir Tim and the un-sink a bull, she is ready to sail! -- Sir Tim.

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did that happen? I may have forgotten to tied a rope to the wood

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properly. Unbelievable, what a failure. Unlike the next group of

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WILD things who had a successful mission when they spent the night in

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the forest. There are lots of ways to go wild in the UK but one of the

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best ways to experience the great outdoors is to go and sleep in it.

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Matthew is crazy about camping, he has all begin, he knows will be

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skills and he is keen to show his friends how fun it can be come so he

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has brought them for a wild woodland sleepover. What Matthew and his

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friends don't know is that this is going to be a camping adventure with

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a tree top twist. My name is Matt. I don't like reading and writing.

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name is Ollie. I don't like sports warned learning. My name is Kieron.

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I don't like sport, American football is probably the only sport

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I like. My name is Reece. I don't like rugby. It is too muddy. This is

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going to be a big challenge, especially for Reece, who is not

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keen on heights. Climbing expert Vicky is here to show them the

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ropes. Those are going to be your sleeping platforms. I have slept in

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the trees before, it is really comfortable. Everyone is ready?

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I have to get you into your arm and of ropes and police to haul

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themselves up to the top of the heights but halfway up is far enough

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for him, so he decides to camp at ground level instead, leaving the

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others to push on. How are you up there? It is like flying! There is a

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leaf in my nose! We are going up slower than I thought we would be

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but it is really fun. It takes almost an hour but the boys make it

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to camp just as the sun is setting. They will be spending the next eight

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hours suspended here, high above the forest floor. There is the rule of

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not looking down, but I love looking down! I think the fact I have

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managed to get this high is quite an achievement. It is a strange

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sensation. It is like you are flying, floating in midair. It feels

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exciting but at the same time, perilous and scary. There is a 50

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feet drop underneath me. I can hear what sounds like owls. It is a bit

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weird, how quiet it is up here. they nice? Yes. That's good. It's

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greeted by a spectacular wake-up call. It is quite a nice view, I can

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finally see stuff. It is not as scary. In the night it was quite

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quiet but now there are so many different birds just squealing and

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making their sounds. It is strange when you wake up when you realise

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you are still up in a tree, really high up. Thumbs up, definitely.

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is time for our wild things to return to Earth. And Rees is waiting

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to welcome them home. It was more fun than sleeping on the ground. It

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is a lot more exciting, it is swaying from side to side. It was an

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exciting experience and you probably only get to do it once in your life.

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I am proud of getting that high. would recommend it to your friends

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-- my friends to do something like this. How cool was that? Catching 40

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winks in the woods. They are not the only ones who have made a bed in the

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forest. Woodlands offer a safe and secure home for an array of animals.

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And one bird enthusiasts got the chance to get a closer look at one

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have been into wildlife since I was about two. Reptiles are my

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favourite, there are so many species of them right here in the UK. What I

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really love our birds of prey. At the weekend I volunteer for the

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RSPB, a charity dedicated to protecting birds and other wildlife.

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I am one of their youngest volunteers. I love talking to the

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visitors about the importance of riches wildlife. This is the

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wingspan of an adult female hawks, it is bigger than you. There is one

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bird in particular that I really love, because Hawke. This mighty

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predator is one of the biggest birds of prey found in the UK -- the

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goshawk. It catches prey in its talons as it flies. Today I am going

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on a very special mission. My friend, Andy, from the Forestry

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Commission, has invited me to monitor some goshawk chicks.

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Unfortunately for Andy, they love nesting at the top of trees. Whilst

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I wait on the ground committee he's going to have a look.

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-- weight on the ground, he is going is quite high up and there are very

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few branches do hang onto, it is quite a job. He is hoping to find

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two and a half week old chicks, he will put them into the bag and lower

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them down. He will carefully remove the chicks from the nests so they

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can be rings. Ringing involves tagging a bird so they can be

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monitored in the wild. Andy has put the chicks in the bag and it looks

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like they are coming back down again. We should be ringing them any

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minute now. Once the chicks are on the ground, we need to work quickly

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so they can be returned to where they belong. They are in good

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fettle, they seem to be growing well. They have not grown their

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adult feathers yet. First we check their overall health, their weight,

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and then they are fitted with a chicks, it is amazing. You are only

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allowed to do this with a licensed Ringo. With all checks complete, the

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chicks go back to the safety of their nests. Hopefully we will see

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them as fully grown adults next year. I really enjoyed that, it was

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so good to get up close to them. I hope to have the chance to climb the

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tree myself one day. What a beautiful place to live, it is

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really exciting to think that those little chicks will grow into fierce

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winds hunters. It is not just animals who can build a home in the

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forest, Tim and Naomi had a go. and join me, this is what you are

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going to be making, your very own den. Tim has gone in, you only have

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two minutes. Everything you need is somewhere around here in the forest.

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Without further ado, we will get them started. Three, two, one, go!

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Tim stumbled straightaway, we will pretend we did not see it. If you

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want to have a go at making your own den, you can do it in your bedroom,

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in the playground, in a living room and use whatever materials you have

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got. A blanket, cardboard ox is. My personal favourite is the blanket

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and the sofa -- cardboard boxes. Being a man, it is printed in my DNA

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that I can make a perfect den. As you can see. Big words! Naomi...

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long did your stake to make? More than two minutes! It is going to

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take an hour! I am getting the audience involved. Yours is coming

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along nicely. Look at this bad boy! We are going to have a water test at

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the end of this. You can't sustain a den without having it rain on you.

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We have 20 seconds left. 20 seconds until you have to stop making. Ten

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seconds. Six, five, four, three, two, one. Stop making! OK. It is

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time to get your raincoats on, you will be getting in those dens and

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the rain will be pouring. Oh, yes. We will start with Naomi, our

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glamorous sister will be pouring the rain. Here comes the water from the

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watering can. I can't even get in mine! It is like centrally heated!

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O! I am going to give this one to Tim! Yes, I was the champion,

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totally deserved that! But not as good as Abbey and Sophie who made an

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awesome den in the forest. Ellis has made leaves to make his cosy.

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Martin family built this huge shelter. Oliver and Isabella

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demonstrated you can make your den indoors. Naomi's forfeit was to

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rescue a cat from a tree. You have chosen one that has no branches.

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Lest talking, more action. You have to grab it with your hands.

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Yes! Before Fitz can be a real challenge but it is good to know

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there is always one group in particular to help cheer as alone.

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This is our wonderful audience with Radzi! This lot are excited, they

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are ready to cheer in all the right we think he! It is quite

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astonishing. It was awesome. Unbelievable. Are we all feeling

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inspired? Yes, they are. I definitely want to see more of them.

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I might have to keep my eye on a few of them. It is your job to try and

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look after Radzi, best of luck with that!

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Forests are not the only places where you can go wild. Britain is

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full of waterlogged areas. They are vital habitat for wildlife and known

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as wetlands. Here you can find a very special and rare bird that one

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wild thing is spending his weekend is hoping to protect. My name is

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Jethro, I'm 14 and I love all British wildlife. On an average

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weekend, I feed my budgies each day. Sometimes I have to clean them out

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and check on the babies and what is happening with them. What I really

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love is helping to protect endangered species of birds. On the

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weekends, I like to help my dad out at work. He looks after a very rare

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bird, the cream. -- the crane. There used to be basically no cranes in

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this part. When I go to school, I wear a special suit. We use this to

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stop birds thinking we are humans. Now I have my suit on, I am going to

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get some food will stop the use this to feed them and now I can feed the

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birds. I am going to have to be quite quiet so we don't scare the

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babies. I wash my feet and make sure all the germs are completely gone.

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These birds are being raised in captivity. They have never lived in

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the wild or had a mum but when they get old enough, they will be

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released. I started helping when I was 11 and I helped feed them when

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they were young. I help block them to keep them exercising so they

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don't get any problems with their legs. They grew about one centimetre

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every day. It takes me nearly two months to grow that much. Love

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coming here to see how much they have grown. When the birds to learn

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to fly, they will try to fly all the time so we want to keep them in this

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enclosure. Jethro is heavily involved in walking the birds. They

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have to be what every day and he is one of the team who'd help do this.

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They actually walk ten miles in their lives. I feel quite proud that

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I have helped them without the help of any parents. After they had been

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exercised, we take them back to their homes until another day. Today

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went well. All the cranes have been walked and they all had good

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exercise. One of them went in the water, which is good. I think today

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has been pretty good. I have to say, I am so ready to get

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out and get active, I am inspired. knew today was going to be good.

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am going to teach you to about canoeing. I have picked up some

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hints and tips throughout the series. I am pretty much an expert.

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Hold the canoe. I need you to hold it steady. I need a good push out to

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the edge of the water. With! yet? I haven't got my paddle. That

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was not funny! Let us take a look back at a group who got drenched

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when they had a go at Wick boarding. Wherever you are in the country,

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you're never too far away from Lake reservoir and they are perfect for

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getting wet and wild. The Tasha is a sports fanatic and one thing she

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loves is getting out on the water. Now it is time her friends got

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involved as well. It is time to get out and go wild. If there is one

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sport that is particularly difficult to master it is this. The instructor

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is here to give helping hand. Do you want to have a go? Yes.While the

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girls get ready, a second instructor girls are starting to feel the

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pressure. He looked nervous! Are you ready? Let us go. Who is first?

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Let's go. I am scared. I think it will be quite exciting, though.

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not very good on the water. I'm worried that I will fall over.

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is their first time on the water, the girls will be trying out this

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 76 seconds

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special ski. It is really cold! scary to begin with. You had to hold

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on tightly. I don't know if I will be able to do it. It is time for the

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 76 seconds

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other girls to get over their nerves hardest part? When there are big

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waves. It was really fun. Would you do it again? Yes.It looks like the

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friends are convinced that a day on the water is lots of fun. Anybody

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can have a go and love it. One day I might have a go at that run over

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there! We went wild! Fresh waters are teeming with so

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much fascinating wildlife. You can make your own underwater world back

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home. How? With another Radzi crazy creation. Without further ado, let

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us get the party started! I said Naomi and Timothy challenged to

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create a magnet for whiteness. Their very own magnificent pond. We have

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five seconds! Happy with that.Stop your making! The winner is Naomi!

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Not a chance! You go and get yourself ready for the forfeit!

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Jessica made it really cool pond decorated with disease. Poppy

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managed to attract this frog into her back garden. Tim lost this

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challenge and he had to face the consequences. If the imposition?

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That as current him down. -- let us count him down. Never mind, Tim!

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Nice doggy paddle. I think he got a soft landing! Let's say that again.

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I wasn't the only ones who got wet. The great British countryside is a

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fantastic place to have an epic adventure. But did you know that in

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our towns and cities, there are also loads of activities to get involved

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in? Just look at these amazing free runners that we met in Torbay. Check

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out that level. I would love to have a go at this. Is there a trick you

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can show me? Yes. If we come around here. Left foot, right foot. Only a

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small jump. Catch on. Here we go, strong in the arms. Yes! I am the

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King! A good start, but you will be more -- need more practice to get to

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their level. How amazing was that? If you want to have a go, go and

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find the experts, get the right to tuition and in a few years, you

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could be like this lot. If two wheels is more your thing, why not

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try a spot of BMX racing. This BMX team are seriously rads racers. I

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could not resist joining in the race. Wait! But these guys were just

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too fast. Is everybody as out of breath as me? No, just you, you were

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diverse range of animals have been making urban environments their

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home. There is a particularly unusual creature that for one group

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of wild things had not expected to find living on their doorstep.

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Jackson is creepy Crawley crazy and he loves nothing more than looking

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after his insect pets. His friends don't share his passion for all

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things are rack on it, but they are hate shopping. My name is Jack. I

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hate Thai food and big spiders. name is Catherine. I hate rain and

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convert aged words. George McGavin, insect expert, has

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come along to help them. -- and scorpion in the UK. It only lives

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here. There is a wall over there that has a colony of European

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scorpions. Who wants to hold one? Let's go scorpion hunting. Scorpions

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are nocturnal hunters, meaning the team will have to come back when the

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sun goes down. It is dark so the scorpions should be out. You have

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all got an old provider that torture we are going to go along this wall

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-- you have all got an ultraviolet torch. Your job is to find as many

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unmistakable. Have you got one? Look. Look at that. That is

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amazing. Isn't it fantastic? Who wants to hold it? The best way of

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holding it is to gently hold the tail. The hard parts glow, the soft

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parts like a side of the abdomen and between the plates are dark because

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that is not made of the same material. All scorpions glow, which

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is very convenient as they are nocturnal. He is moving, he is

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moving. He has gone up my sleeve. have found some. Look at that, that

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is impressive. They are rather nice. There are probably hundreds in this

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wall. It is one of the things you hear about that they glow green and

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when you see it, it is shocking. was pretty gobsmacked. It was

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amazing. It is once-in-a-lifetime. It seems there is no sting in the

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tail for this challenge. Jackson and his friends have loved finding one

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of the UK's most unusual can be found on our city streets. As

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our next wild thing has found out, sometimes you need not look any

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all British wildlife. What I really love is looking for the secret side

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of nature. I have been taking photos for the last five years and I am

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going to share my top tip for catching wildlife in a completely

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different way. This is our back garden, now more of a mini nature

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reserve. I have decided my mum and dad and family to allow me to have

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this part of the garden -- I have persuaded. We have frogs, newts,

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toads, dragonfly larvae. In the summer you can hear the dragon flies

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buzzing around, which is really nice. Taking good photos is about

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trying to look at the world in a different way. One of my favourite

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things to do is to try and be more inventive and use household items. I

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can't afford underwater housing and things like this so I used this fish

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tank, I put my camera in here and load it into the pond so I can get

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underwater shots. You really don't need expensive equipment. This is

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just my little camera. With my bigger camera I have to carry a big

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rucksack but this one can go in my pocket and you can take it wherever.

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There is one animal that comes here that is really active at night and

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tonight I am going to try to film it. This is actually my Playhouse. I

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took it over when I got more into photography. We have this so we are

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invisible to wildlife. The foxes are wild animals and they don't hang

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around. I'm going to put this camera trap on the fork. I am going to see

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if I can get them when they walk through. We have set up a camera

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trap and I'm going to go back to the hive to see if I can get some live

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views. With wildlife, you can never really count on them to be there, so

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we will have to wait and see. When you see a fox, you forget about all

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the waiting because you have the privilege of seeing that bit of an

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individual. That is the real nice thing about it. If you close your

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eyes, it makes your ears keener to sound. Sometimes you can't actually

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great. We got a little bit of film, thinking might have gone to the

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camera trap so we should get some close-ups of his face. It is amazing

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what you can capture with patience and dedication. It was really

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successful in the hide and I got some nice film and am going to go

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back indoors and have a nice cup of tea. It is Josh!Welcome. What

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inspired you to take photos? always used to be into bugs, then

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dad bought me a camera and since then I have just got to this level.

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Can you give us any tips if everybody at home once to take some

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photographs? Get to know your subject, learn their behaviour.

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Secondly, be patient. It is not always going up in the first time,

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it took me five years to get this sort of photo. Practice makes

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perfect, I am sure everyone at home can take pictures like this.

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took on board all the hints and tips and have been sending us great

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wildlife photography. Jack snapped this cool shot of a frog and two

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snails. McAuley got this great close-up shot of a beautiful swan.

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Ruth photographed this stunning stag. Sam got an amazing shot of an

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elusive badger. And Kai sent in this great image of these two

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housemartins. Photography is a great way to connect with the natural

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world. It is amazing what you can find living around us. It is. Me and

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Radzi love the huge rioting of birds we get in the UK. -- huge variety of

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birds. Why not attract them into your back garden with my bird

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friendly scarecrow? We will give you two minutes, everything you require

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is around here, three, two, one, oh yes! You have a forfeit for the

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loser. All I am going to say, you will need to get your skates on for

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it. I can't skate!I have all sorts of seeds, monkey nuts, anything that

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will attract birds. The crowd are loving this. Five, four, three, two,

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one... Stop you're making. It is now judgement time. Looking a bit thin.

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He is all right, looked at his smiley face and the seeds. You have

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made it very friendly. Tim, it is meant to be friendly! It is a

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scarecrow, it is in the title! judgement time, the winner without

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doubt is Naomi. Here is Isabel showing you how it is really done.

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And Holly made a fantastic bird friendly scarecrow. It is forfeit

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time for Tim. Out you come. There he is, look what he is wearing. He has

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got to get around the obstacle course and bring the drinks to us.

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Three, two, one, go. He is so unsteady on his feet. Be careful, I

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am buried Thursday. Give him a cheer! There he goes! O!-- I am

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some drinks to us, I don't leave it. I never thought it was going to

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happen. Well done! No! No!I am thirsty! We have discovered that

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urban environments are a great place to go wild. But there are some

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habitats that can prove more inhospitable. Britain's mountains

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provide adventure and excitement. Deep underground, caves offer

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shelter for intriguing creatures such as bats. We met one wild thing

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who is helping to look after the bat and I love all British wildlife. My

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favourite is bats. I used to be scared of the dark, but not any

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more. Bats are night-time specialists and the only mammal that

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can truly fly. I think they are awesome. My weekends are quite

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unusual. Because I spend most of my time helping my dad looked after

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sick and injured bats. Come on, the least you can do is eat up. The bats

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we have not pets, we feed them so they go back into the wild. Not

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anyone can pick up a bat. You have to have a licence or training,

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because they are rare and epic trek did species. # protected species.

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That one can fly! Dad is never too far away, he is registered to care

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for bats and I want you to make one -- meet one I have been looking

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after. We have had him for two weeks, we are going to exercise him

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so we note he can fly and then hopefully tonight we will release

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him back into the wild. Woody was found by a neighbour who gave in to

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us so we can look after him. We exercise him to make sure he is

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ready. I use my bat detector to check on his calls, known as

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echolocation. If he is not a co-locating properly, he won't be

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able to hunt and might not survive. -- if he is not echo locating. It is

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great to see he can fly really good cos it means we can release him back

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into the wild, so we might be doing that night. Dad has given Woody the

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all clear, we are off to the park to release him. I am a little bit sad

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but I am more excited to see him be released back with his family. I'm

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going to release him near to where he was found. What is even better

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for him is, I can already see some bats flying around. But I'd already,

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that is a good sign. Shall we do it? We should be good to go. Goodbye!

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There he goes, up above our heads. It is good to see him back in the

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wild. Yes, really good. Goodbye! Is attributed to all you wild things

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across the UK, we tried to build a raft but it didn't work. We tried to

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go canoeing but you ruined it for me. We decided to work as a team and

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we are going to attempt to climb this. Let's get up there. It is a

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bit wobbly! Radzi, help Naomi. discovering to try and help you up.

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Trust me, I have got you. Yes, Tim! I tried to pretend I was helping but

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I did absolutely nothing there! watched the gymnastics yesterday!

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All, amazing! Are you all right? have been more comfortable, to be

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honest! This is a bad idea. I have gone the wrong way! Yes, we are one

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person away. Shall I climb up one of you? Are you sure? Go on, Naomi!

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Yes! We were wild! It shows what teamwork can do. Just like this

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bunch of wild things who were so courageous when they braved the

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wettest weather and strongest winds and climbed to mega heights.

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The Lake District in northern England is not just famous for its

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water, it also has some of the most stunning vertical landscapes found

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anywhere in the UK. Making it a great place to go wild. 11-year-old

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Grace is a keen climber and a regular visitor to her local indoor

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climbing wall but today she is heading for the hills to get a taste

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of climbing in the great outdoors. She has brought some friends along

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to try it, too. My name is Chris. -- grace. My name is Alice. I don't

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like sharks. My name is Willow. I don't like fighting with my family.

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My name is amber. I don't like sharks. My name is Julie. I don't

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like spiders. The goal for the gang is to reach the summit of this hill.

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Adobe 600 metres, it is one of the highest point in England so the

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instructor is getting them out with plenty of safety gear. This

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certainly won't be an average walk in the hills. They have come to a

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slate mine to try and very special climbing course. This is where it

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begins. Grace, you have brought your friends. This is like a road over

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the mountains. There is only one golden rule, never be standing with

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both of these in your hands like this. Take one hand to change over.

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When you come to the junction one hand, you take off and swapped over

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and with the same hand you carry on with the next one. OK? Now you are

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excited. Are you up for this? think it will be a really good

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experience but I am still a little nervous. I am really excited but

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nervous at the same time. I am looking down and seeing how far down

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it is. Brilliant. It is weird how high you are and how nervous you are

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when you get into it. It uses a series of cables, runs and ladders

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that allows complete beginners to take on some serious mountaineering.

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It is a very safe way to climb but that doesn't stop it being scary.

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Oh, that was awesome! So far, so good, but as the girls continue up

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the mountain, the rain clouds begin to close in. Well done, girls, you

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got past the first section. We have a few little treats for you in the

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next section. It is more exposed and a little bit more scary. Are you up

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for it? Yes!Excellent. Jill is not kidding about its being scary.

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First, the girls had to cross a sheer overhanging cliff face in the

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driving rain. This is seriously wild. But the next challenge is even

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more extreme, a wire bridge strung over 100 metres of thin air. Oh, I

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am bouncing! It would be bad enough in the sunshine but in high winds,

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this takes real guts. Don't keep screaming! The girls have been

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declining for three hours but they still have one obstacle left, and

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massive cargo net. By now, the reason is practically horizontal. --

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the rain. These girls deserve some serious respect.

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Despite the appalling weather, the team has made it all the way to the

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top of the mountain. Even if host of our filming gear has not. That is

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it, the camera has stopped working. The conditions are so bad. The view

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may not be immense today but the achievement is. That was, girls.

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was really exciting. By different from stuff I had done before.

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a really exciting and thrilling experience and if I could come

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again, I would. It is a really good experience because I got to do lots

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of challenges and it was amazing. went wild!

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 76 seconds

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You have been anything. Without you, It's a really exciting and thrilling

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experience. It was an exciting experience and one that I will only

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do once in my life. One of the best things I have ever done. We went

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wild! Wild! Wild! Top work, excellent effort! Sadly, we have

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come to the end of the show but we must say a huge thank you to all

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across the UK. It has been emotional but it is goodbye from me.

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goodbye from me, too. Coming up next week, one Marshall. Until we see you

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then, make sure you get up, get out and go wild! Next week is access all

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areas as we go behind-the-scenes to show you just what it takes to make

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wild happen every single week. Sometimes it takes us a few goes to

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Welcome to a brand new live and unpredictable show that challenges you to get out and go WILD!

In this special episode Naomi, Tim and Radzi look back at some of the Wild adventures of the series and try out some new ones! Our Wild Things tried everything from white water rafting and wakeboarding, to sleeping in trees and climbing sheer cliffs. And it's not just extreme activities - there are animal adventures too from swimming with seals to searching for scorpions. There are Crazy Creations to try at home and lots of your pictures and comments. It's all you need at the weekend to get up, get out and go WILD!


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