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In this issue

BORDER PATROL - Migrating animals trapped by the ‘Trump Wall’.

ON A MISSION IN AFRICA - The conservation charity saving species, one park at a time.

Mike Dilger's Wildlife Watching

In his series of great places to watch wildlife in the UK, the star of BBC One’s The One Show this month picks his way across rocky shores, revealing the wildlife that thrives where land and sea meet.

Mike Dilger's Wildlife Watching

5 mins

Michelle Power

Parasitologist, Department of Biological Sciences, Macquarie University

Michelle Power

2 mins

Huge Marine Sanctuary Created In South Atlantic

A tiny island community just made a vast contribution to protecting ocean biodiversity.

Huge Marine Sanctuary Created In South Atlantic

2 mins

MY WAY OF THINKING MARK CARWARDINE

The conservationist discusses the ever-present threat of climate change and invites your thoughts on the subject.

MY WAY OF THINKING MARK CARWARDINE

3 mins

THE GOLDILOCKS PLANET

Sir David Attenborough returns to BBC One with a stunning new series that fuses natural history with Earth sciences to help us understand the forces that maintain life.

10+ mins

ON THE NOSE

Proboscis monkeys may be famed for their sizeable schnozzles but why do they have them? And what else is there to uncover about Borneo’s peaceful primates?

ON THE NOSE

10 mins

PARK LIFE

From building local schools to translocating 500 elephants, conservation organisation African Parks has led the way in protecting the continent’s precious wildlife.

10+ mins

FLYING SOUTH

Amid glistening landscapes and colossal icebergs, there's much more to Antarctica than its populations of penguins, as any intrepid birder will discover, if willing to brave the coldest place on Earth.

10 mins

Lost and found

If you ever lose a tiger, Hakimuddin Saify seems to have a knack for tracking them down without even trying…

Lost and found

2 mins

ADAM HART

In our series about people with a passion for a species, we ask science presenter and author Adam Hart why he loves the common wasp.

ADAM HART

2 mins

Read all stories from BBC Wildlife

BBC Wildlife Magazine Description:

PublisherOur Media Ltd

CategoryAnimals and Pets

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyMonthly

BBC Wildlife Magazine is a monthly magazine about wildlife, operated and published by Immediate Media Company. It was launched in January 1963 as Animals Magazine, edited by filmmaker Armand Denis.

The magazine covers a wide range of topics, including animals, plants, conservation, and environmental issues. It also features stunning photography and informative articles.

BBC Wildlife Magazine is a popular read for many people who are interested in the natural world, and is known for its high-quality content and informative articles. It has helped many people learn more about wildlife and conservation.

Here are some of the things you can expect from BBC Wildlife Magazine:

* Stunning photography of wildlife
* Informative articles on animals, plants, and conservation
* Interviews with wildlife experts
* Features on wildlife news and trends

If you're looking for a magazine that will help you stay up-to-date on the latest wildlife news and trends, then BBC Wildlife Magazine is a good choice. Subscribe today and start exploring the natural world!

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