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All the latest official news and stunning views from the UK’s favourite countryside programme. This is a commercial channel from BBC Studios.
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BBC Countryfile 7h
Hey there cutie!⁣ ⁣Hands up if you love Welsh mountain ponies? 🙋‍♀️⁣ 📸 by Annita Neatsy ⁣
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BBC Countryfile 12h
Fancy some great Halloween recipes, tips and history from ? 🎃 
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BBC Countryfile Oct 30
Straight out of a fairytale 🏰⁣ ⁣ Can't beat a good castle and Wales has a fair few. This one, called Castell Coch, was built in the 19th century as part of the Gothic Revival movement and sits above the village of Tongwynlais. 📸 by Nathan Swanwick
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BBC Countryfile Oct 30
One of the "most important structures of medieval Scotland" has been rediscovered after being hidden beneath a Borders river for centuries.  has the story.
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BBC Countryfile Oct 29
The harvest 🌾🚜⁣ This past summer there was a hot one for farmers in the UK. When the team checked in on Adam's wheat harvest in July, we learned just how a drought can affect crop yield. 📸 by © BBC Studios⁣ Wheat Harvest at Adam's Farm ⁣- S12-E28⁣
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BBC Countryfile Oct 29
Who needs some recipe inspo? This one from  not only has a healthy take on the classic fish and chips, but also features an autumnal salad.
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BBC Countryfile Oct 28
Such a good boy! ⁣ Meet Guy, he's a border collie. Guy was a bit mischievous on the afternoon this photo was taken. He'd snuck into the calves' dry straw to snuggle up during a downpour. Needless to say, he looks very comfortable. ⁣ 📸 by Stonefolds Farm ⁣
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BBC Countryfile Oct 28
Here's 's go-to guide to Britain's upland wildlife in the cooler months. ❄️
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BBC Countryfile Oct 27
If this isn't autumnal, we're not sure what is. 🤷‍♀️⁣ ⁣ This stunning shot, taken in Dartmoor National Park after Storm Alex a couple of weeks ago, really highlights the seasonal changes in the park. 📸 by Matt Holland ⁣
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BBC Countryfile Oct 27
The number of knot feeding and flying to create swirling dark clouds of birds on the Norfolk coast has reached record numbers.  reports.
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BBC Countryfile Oct 26
Perfectly framed 🦌🌙⁣ ⁣ You might have heard deer being described as crepuscular. This term refers to animals that are mainly active during twilight hours (the hours around dawn and dusk). 📸 by Sam Walker
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BBC Countryfile Oct 26
A father from West Sussex has raised nearly £5,000 for a homeless charity by drawing "rubbish" pictures of pets...and they're amazing. 😆  has the story.
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BBC Countryfile Oct 25
The Welsh clearwing moth was first recorded in 1854 in Llangollen. Despite their distinctive appearance, they are rarely seen and only breed when there are mature birch trees with trunks fully exposed to sunlight. They are a priority conservation species in Wales.
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BBC Countryfile Oct 25
Down at ’s farm they are growing buckwheat alongside oilseed rape. The buckwheat flowers act as a camouflage to hopefully help stop the flea beetle attacking the crop.
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BBC Countryfile Oct 25
This hydroelectric generation station sits at the base of the dam at Lake Vyrnwy. The Francis turbine inside uses the force of the water to produce 70kW of power an hour, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
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BBC Countryfile Oct 25
The pied flycatcher has been in decline in the UK and the bird has gone from being on the green list in 2007, to the red list now. The team at RSPB Lake Vyrnwy Nature Reserve are both preserving and creating nest spaces to encourage breeding.
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BBC Countryfile Oct 25
The Celtic Rainforests run along the western edge of the British Isles; from the Cambrian Hills to the Highlands of Scotland. Atlantic storms provide plentiful water for these lush habitats, which sustain a huge array of wildlife.
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BBC Countryfile Oct 25
20 miles west of Welshpool, in the county of Powys, sits Lake Vyrnwy. This man-made reservoir, just under 5 miles long, is a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI). It’s surrounded by 23 acres of beautiful woods, moor and farmland.
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BBC Countryfile Oct 25
Autumn is well and truly upon us! The team celebrate the season by retuning to Lake Vyrnwy in Powys. Join us at 6pm on and .
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BBC Countryfile Oct 25
A bee and its thistle 🐝⁣ ⁣ Scotland's national flower, the thistle is quite the hit among bee populations. It's a great drawcard for pollinating insects due to its abundance of nectar. 📸 by Matt Alner
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