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Inside this special issue: The first ever BBC Wildlife Power List - the people our expert panel believes will have the biggest positive impact on the natural world in the coming years.


Seabird conservation Changing oceans are having unexpected impacts on certain British species

Alaskan bears Alaska’s strange mix of eco-travel and hunting, and what it means for bears

Dusky-leaf monkeys A zoologist explains his research into these secretive ‘spectacled’ primates

Discover Britain's butterflies Our changing attitude to Lepidoptera

Chris Packham  “I’ve never been to a wholly good zoo. But I don’t want to close zoos down.”

Mark Carwardine “My list of politicians for whom I have no respect grows so rapidly I find it hard to keep track.”

Wildlife photography How to take great shots of pond minibeasts

Your questions answered How long does a joey stay in a pouch? How do kestrels hover? Do fish play? 

New sections The latest scientific research, animal behaviour and conservation news


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On Sale Date: 
13th May 2015
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