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British large blue butterflies from the 19th century © P.D. Stewart
Carole Jahme explains the natural inspiration for her new vampire novel in conversation with BBC natural history filmmaker Dr Paul D Stewart. 
BBC Wildlife environment editor, James Fair
Crows in Japan have developed an ingenious method of securing a meal.
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BBC cameraman John Aitchison shows you how fascinating filming freshwater creatures can be.
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Blackbirds are absent from many gardens at this time of year – but why?
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BBC cameraman John Aitchison reveals that filming coastal otters is as much about good field skills as photographic aptitude. 
Bill Oddie
Thanks to the BBC, Bill knows the way to San José. But what he did there is a bit of a blur.
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Woodpigeons are visiting a record number of gardens this year – and they have insatiable appetites!
Fallow deer rutting in Knole Park, England.
Red, fallow and sika deer are most exciting to watch in the autumn, when the rut begins. But not all deer are the same, so what should you look out for?
James Fair, environment editor of BBC Wildlife Magazine
In June this year, Örjan Johansson recorded the first-ever footage of wild snow leopard cubs, in Mongolia’s South Gobi Desert. BBC Wildlife Magazine's environment editor, James Fair, interviewed him about this extraordinary footage. 
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BBC cameraman John Aitchison shows you how to film wildlife in woodland, using just a hand-held camcorder. 
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