Autumn 2011

IN THIS EXCITING ISSUE:

 

The secret wildlife of America
Breathtaking photos reveal a hidden world in America’s wilds – and mammal behaviour never before captured on camera.
 
Zebra crossing 
Why do some herds undertake a perilous annual odyssey across the arid Kalahari?
 
Badgers: kill or cure? BBC Wildlife investigates
We join the frontline with a team of trainee vaccinators hoping to save Britain’s badgers from the looming cull.
 
Sealions at play
Discover how the mischievous young sealions of the Galápagos Islands learn key survival lessons from their athletic pranks.
 
Exposure: cardinalfish in Indonesia
Top underwater photographer Brandon Cole learns why patience is a virtue when shooting a school of dazzling reef fish.
 
Planet Dinosaur 
How a golden age of dinosaur discovery has changed our understanding of how the ‘terrible lizards’ hunted, fed and – perhaps – flew.
 
East african adventure
Join ‘Urban Birder’ David Lindo on his mission to survey Ethiopia’s rarest birds – and to track down the wolves of the Bale Mountains.
 
Subscribe to BBC Wildlife Magazine
Receive a free copy of Animal worth £30.
 
Plus all your usual favourites: Highlights, Richard Mabey, News, Discoveries, Q&A, Photo Masterclass, Books, TV, Your letters, Your photos and more.

 

Issue Details
On Sale Date: 
1st September 2011
Volume: 
29
Issue Number: 
10
Available
We use cookies to improve your experience of our website. Cookies perform functions like recognising you each time you visit and delivering advertising messages that are relevant to you. Read more here