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Inside this exciting issue: Rewilding in Europe, new whale research, nest invaders, city bees, carnivorous plants and shark conservation! 


In this exciting issue: Rewilding in Europe, new whale research, nest invaders, city bees, carnivorous plants, shark conservation and dawn chorus drama! 

Return of the lynx

Carnivores are returning to most of Europe – will we see them here in Britain?

Rights for whales!

New research reveals their intelligence and culture

Nest invaders!

Discover how cuckoos are caught in an evolutionary arms race with host parents

Carnivorous plants

Borneo’s pitcher plants’ incredible relationships with other species

City bees

Pollinators are thriving in our cities – how can you help boost their numbers



Dawn chorus drama

How you can join the BBC Wildlife team to experience this amazing spectacle

Spring wildlife highlights Essential species to see this month. Plus the latest news and wildlife sightings 

Swallows’ nests Discover why these birds return to their nest. Plus garden spiders

Animal behaviour How oil beetle larvae rely on solitary mining bees

Nature Table Discover the science of discarded grass snake skins Plus Harvest mouse nests and cuckoo-spit

Latest scientific research Feisty lemmings, crocodile games, ant-nest beetles and new seadragon species

Saving sharks Revealed: why threatened sharks are still ending up in our restaurants 



Rare ape extinction Hainan gibbon population hits an alarming low

Dogs protect vultures Sniffer dogs used to locate poisoned bait in Greece Plus Dolphins in captivity

Mark Carwardine What does a Cornish whale sighting mean for oceans

Facebook and seahorses Can social media help British wildlife? Plus How to run your own online campaign

Your Feedback Demand for wildlife lessons in schools, inspirational nature writing and faith-based conservation 


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Issue Details
On Sale Date: 
15th April 2015
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