Wildlife presenter Michaela Strachan brings animal magic to Durham

Children's TV and Wildlife presenter Michaela Strachan pictured with a European Eagle Owl, the biggest type of wl in the world, during her visit to Adventure Valley, Durham on Tuesday.

Children's TV and Wildlife presenter Michaela Strachan pictured with a European Eagle Owl, the biggest type of wl in the world, during her visit to Adventure Valley, Durham on Tuesday.

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TV presenter Michaela Strachan went wild when she visited Durham.

The BBC Springwatch presenter brought her Really Wild Adventures children’s show to Brasside.

Children's TV and Wildlife presenter Michaela Strachan pictured during her Really Wild Adventure Show during her visit to Adventure Valley, Durham on Tuesday.

Children's TV and Wildlife presenter Michaela Strachan pictured during her Really Wild Adventure Show during her visit to Adventure Valley, Durham on Tuesday.

She was paying a return visit to Durham Adventure Valley’s £250k indoor farmyard and theatre, after proving a massive hit when she opened the new facility.

The star entertained fans with a couple of shows inside the theatre and then performed an outdoor showin the afetrenoon.

The shows were all all about adventures she’s had whilst filming wildlife. It was in poem form and tells how to do polar bear dentistry, why you should never try to outspit a spitting cobra, and what bonnetheads, nurses and soupfins have in common.

The shows were described as: “ fun, informative and very interactive.”

Michaela started off presenting children’s programmes, but today is known as a wildlife presenter and has travelled all over the world filming animals and conservation projects

Her performance at Adventure Valley’s Showtime Theatre was part of a programme of shows and animal-encounter activities taking place daily throughout the school summer holidays.