The new series is set to be the most exciting yet and will broadcast from the brand new location of Cairngorms National Park.
So, want to find out who will be hosting the amazing new series? Check out the Springwatch 2019 presenters below…
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Presenting live from the studio once again is long time Springwatch host Chris Packham.
Conservationist Chris has co-presented the show and it’s sister programmes Autumnwatch and Winterwatch since 2009, and this year returns to the BBC for Springwatch 2019.
You can follow Chris on Instagram where he posts lots of nature shots at @chris.packham.
Joining Chris in the Springwatch studio is fellow long-time presenter Iolo Williams.
Since joining the Springwatch team in 2011 as a roving reporter, the Welsh naturalist has gone on to become a big part of the BBC team and this year returns to host in the main studio.
You can follow Iolo on Twitter at @Iolowilliams2.
Back once again for a brand new series of Springwatch is TV presenter Michaela Strachan.
This year Michaela will co-host alongside Iolo and Chris as they conduct the show’s biggest ever public survey, Gardenwatch.
You can follow Michaela on Twitter at @Michaelastracha.
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This year Gillian Burke will be on hand once again to host Springwatch‘s much-loved wildlife segments.
Throughout the two week series, Gillian will be presenting topical reports on the state of coastal wildlife all around the UK.
She will also present a special report from the Glenfeshie estate where she goes wildlife camping.
Making a guest appearence on Springwatch 2019 is wildlife gardener and newspaper columnist Kate Bradbury.
Kate will appear in Episode 2 of the series where she transforms her small Brighton garden into a sanctuary for local wildlife.
**ANNOUNCEMENT FACE** This year @BBCSpringwatch is doing loads about #gardening and what we can all do to help #wildlife just by growing the right plants. Very excited to say me and my little garden will feature in five films. More here: https://t.co/x0j0WMIRxl
— Kate Bradbury (@Kate_Bradbury) May 19, 2019