Who’s afraid of the big, bad wolf? Well, not Lorenzo Shoubridge, who actively sought out the canids while working on a photographic project in the Apuan Alps in northern Tuscany, Italy. “I found obvious traces of the passage of wolves on this path – of their predation and territorial marks,” he says. “So, I started to observe – first using small infrared camera-traps and then I installed a special camera-trap with a trigger sensor, to get the final shot.”
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Meet the NEW BIG 5
Shooting with cameras rather than guns is the idea behind a new international initiative to promote the synergy between wildlife photography and conservation.
Fighting fire with fire
Max braved massive firestorms to document the efforts of firefighters in California – and witnessed nature’s response to the flames.
THE BEE HITTING THE BIG TIME
Tree bumblebees first reached the UK two decades ago and have since become one of our most prevalent species. How are these enterprising insects managing to thrive?
Our countryside is being energised by the longer, warmer summer days. What will you spy in June?
The Springwatch team are reunited
Wonderful wildlife, four brilliant presenters, and silly puns can only mean one thing – Springwatch is back!
THE SEA OF LIFE
As we celebrate United Nations World Ocean Day on 8 June, our knowledge of the power and fragility of our oceans still has a long way to go.
WINNING ARTS AND MINDS
Enjoy stunning works from this year’s David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation Wildlife Artist of the Year competition, in association with BBC Wildlife Magazine.
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 dons his boots to enjoy boggy and mossy woodlands filled with willow tits, myriad insects and even the odd otter.
Q & A: We Solve Your Wildlife Mysteries
BOTANY Why are some plants hairy?
Sound Systems Of The Sea
The underwater world can be a dark and murky place, so many creatures rely on sound to survive. But some species are adapting their acoustic calling cards in exciting new ways.
A SPECIAL VALENTINES MEAL CAN TAKE MANY FORMS THIS YEAR
As we come to the end of a collective year of pandemic firsts, Valentine’s Day is next up. And showing love and gratitude can feel more important than ever.
‘Poyer is a vital part of our success'
For more on what’s happening with Buffalo’s defense, here are some highlights from defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier’s recent press conferences.
Ruptured Achilles ends Lorenzo Carter's season
NEWS & NOTES
UFC's $5 billion fight
UFC has become the first major sport back during the pandemic, while defending itself against a groundbreaking antitrust suit that alleges it abused its market power to hold down fighters’ share of its revenue
‘Turn that pain into growth'
Here are some highlights from head coach Sean McDermott’s season-ending press conference.
BOLD FIRST IMPRESSIONS
BENETEAU HAS TAKEN ITS FAMED FIRST MARQUE INTO THE COMPETITIVE SECTOR OF LUXURY PERFORMANCE
Big Play TRE
White staking his calm as one of the NFL's Best
1st & Ten With Lorenzo Alexander
It’s always good to go in-depth with Lorenzo Alexander, one of the leaders and leading spokesmen in the Bills locker room.
Made In Italy
How an unassuming seaside town in Tuscany became the centre of the superyacht phenomenon.
Along the border of Umbria and Tuscany, a slow road of gourmet delights winds languidly back and forth. Debbie Oakes travels this fertile landscape to meet the makers, growers and kitchen maestros who best represent the culinary bounty of this region.