Throughout today, a BBC film crew have been recording various aspects of the voluntary work undertaken by members of the Friends of Wom Brook.
The day commenced with the 8 a.m. arrival of the BBC team to the Brook area, and then accompanied by members of the Friends Group they visited areas where water voles have either been sighted, or where evidence exists of their feeding on plants. As could have been predicted, these creatures proved to be camera-shy!
In the above photo, the BBC production team, comprising of the sound-man, cameraman, producer and assistant take some ‘establishing’ shots of the Brook.
Hopefully over the next few days, other photos of today’s filming will appear here on the Wom Brook blog.