Started by Sir Peter Scott, the WWT does amazing work to preserve vital habitat for wetland birds all over the world. There are a number of WWT centres around Britain, including the London Wetlands Centre, where Simon King was based for Springwatch and Martin Mere in Lancashire, where Bill Oddie and I spent many a happy hour for Autumnwatch. They are great places for people of any age to learn about and see some of the world's most spectacular birds. Joining the WWT gets you in to all the centres around Britain. You can also adopt-a-bird - great present. Find out more on the WWT website.
Charting the ups and downs of saving a small part of Britain's farming heritage, Kate's new book about her beautiful Monmouthshire arm is just out in paperback.