May 2012

IN THIS EXCITING ISSUE:

 

Portfolio: badger paradise

Beautiful pictures by Klaus Echle provide an intimate portrayal of the mustelid clans of Germany’s Black Forest.

 

Planet Earth Live

As the BBC airs its groundbreaking ‘real-time’ global wildlife series, Stephen Mills considers why baby animals make compelling live TV.

 

Monkey business

Primatologist Wolfgang Dittus reveals how Sri Lanka’s newborn toque macaques battle to stamp their mark on the world.

 

Trials of live TV

BBC presenters and production crew share the pinnacles and pratfalls of filming wildlife.

 

Bear watch

If you go down to the woods today… David Lukas reveals where to meet the ursine stars of Planet Earth Live – American black bears.

 

Save our swifts

How these emblems of summer are winning hearts, minds and roof space across Britain.

 

Food for free

Richard Mabey ruminates on why wild foraged ingredients are tickling our taste buds again.

 

Exposure 
Gotcha! A Parson’s chameleon lands itself lunch.

 

 

 

Issue Details
On Sale Date: 
11th April 2012
Volume: 
30
Issue Number: 
5
Available

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