Cody Dock to feature in new BBC documentary

The BBC’s Wild Isles is a new landmark natural history series filmed by Silverback Films and the BBC’s Natural History department. Co-produced by WWF and the RSPB, the documentary series aims to showcase the UK’s wildlife as it has never been portrayed before. It will celebrate the global significance of the UK’s wildlife and natural environment, whilst providing the launch pad to re-engage the nation to help ensure its future.

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Cody Dock is enormously proud of its urban biodiversity work which is to be featured in the companion film Saving Our Wild Isles which is also narrated by David Attenborough. The show is due for release in mid-April.
This beautifully filmed documentary shines a light on some of the inspirational work being carried out up and down the country and we hope it encourages people to sign up and support ecology initiatives in their neighbourhoods.
Watch this space for further updates and links, and please visit the Save Our Wild Isles website for more information on this important film:
Save Our Wild Isles site
To find out more about our ecology work and how to get involved with Cody Dock and the Lea River Park, visit our pages below: