March 2011

 

IN THIS EXCITING ISSUE OF BBC WILDLIFE MAGAZINE:
 
Sex, lies and orchids
Wildlife photographer Christian Zeigler captures the sensual side of the flowers that use promises of food and sex to attract pollinators in this stunning collection of pictures.
 
The truth about lions
Wildlife TV presenter Jonathan Scott shares his insights from 30 years living with Africa’s lions.
PLUS: How to plan your lion encounter: where and how to track lions.
 
Invasion of the turtles
Arribada! Join thousands of olive ridley turtles descending on a Costa Rican beach.
 
A remarkable fowl
The story of the jungle fowl’s evolution from forest dweller to farmyard chicken.
 
Africa’s friendliest elephants
Meet the Presidential Elephants of Zimbabwe.
 
The launch of the BBC Wildlife Nature-writing awards 2011
You could be in with the chance of winning an Earthwatch expedition.
 
How to be a nature writer
Experts share their tips for better writing.
 
PLUS: Richard Mabey, News of the Earth, Q&A, Your Letters and Photos and much more!

 

Issue Details
On Sale Date: 
17th February 2011
Volume: 
29
Issue Number: 
3
Available

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