With a range of prey and nest sites, peregrines are thriving in US and European cities. Karl Mathiesen investigates how they have adapted to city living. 
Wildlife photography has traditionally been the preserve of men, but there's no reason why this can't change, says Suzi Eszterhas. 
Writer, producer and conservationist Mary Colwell reveals amazing facts about the world's curlews. 
Author Liz Kalaugher discusses this unusual immunity.
Hiccups help tadpoles to transition into frogs
Science writer Stuart Blackman answers your wild question.
The truth is out - DNA analysis of 'yeti' pelts has shown they really belong to brown bears and Asian black bears, says Charlotte Lindqvist. 
Cuckoo bumblebee
BBC Wildlife contributer Richard Jones discusses these imposters.
Science writer Stuart Blackman answers your wild question.
Ornithologist Mike Toms shares his knowledge of bird migration. 
Margaret Morse Nice
All too often the world of birds is associated mainly with men. Jo Wimpenny remembers some brilliant but overlooked women who advanced our knowledge of birds.
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