Spook the barn owl stars in this sequence for a new wildlife series. BBC1’s new programme Back To The Wild features a title sequence and end credits by Rebecca Harris and Jason Mullings, designers at the BBC Network graphic design department in Bristol. The titles combine live-action footage taken from the series, montaged with animating type based on medical notes taken from admitted animal casualties, says a BBC spokesman. This ‘end release’ sequence was shot on location at the International Bird of Prey Centre in Newent. The five-part series starts this week.
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