March 2015

In this exciting issue: 7 ways to save Britain’s wildlife, amazing Amur leopard photos, rainforest discoveries, water vole revival, plus the latest science and conservation news!  


7 ways to save Britain’s wildlife

Tony Juniper’s ambitious agenda to restore nature

Land of the leopards

Amazing photos of Amur leopards in Russian Far East

Rainforest discoveries

Camera-traps are rewriting the rules on treetop wildlife

Religion: nature’s unlikely saviour?

India’s Jainists are helping the cranes they venerate

Water vole revival

How Ratty at last returned to every English county

Responsible travel

Our expert guide to conservation holidays


Latest scientific research

Gorillas seen using tools to feed for the first time, the insect with the most varied sex life, and the fish that uses scent as camouflage



Tigers: new census Why good population news could be so much better

Tree poaching crisis Thailand’s battle to stop illegal trade in hardwoods

Space-aid rhinos How space-industry tech could help protect rhinos

Mark Carwardine Should you kill one owl to save another, rarer one?

What Europe does for us We investigate what the EU achieves for conservation


Wild challenge 12 different spring wildflowers to look for


Discover pond life

Explore your garden pond, from spawning frogs to diving beetles. Plus how you can help pond surveys


Seven wild spectacles

Boxing hares, goshawks and returning migrants



Join us at Britain’s top marine-conservation event


Order a back issue of BBC Wildlife

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18th February 2015
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