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In 2010, an aerial survey revealed a catastrophic decline in game populations in the Okavango Delta. Sophie Stafford asks where the wild things are.
Shark attacks on humans are extremely rare, but should it ever happen, you need to know what to do.
Ever dreamed of finning beside a whale shark or watching a female humpback nurse her calf? Ten of our top photographers and experts reveal their most incredible underwater encounters – and explain how you can take the plunge and experience them for yourself.
It seems like the best job in the world, yet few people truly do it well. To help hone your entry to this year’s awards, here are a few hints on the art of travel writing.
Safari expert Stephen Mills reveals the best locations and shares his top tips for ensuring an unforgettable lion-watching experience.
Shetland is the best place in Britain to see orcas, otters and breeding seabirds. James Fair reports on the islands that some say rival the Galápagos as a wildlife experience.
Long renowned for its historic sites and desert adventures, Jordan is building a reputation among wildlife enthusiasts – especially those who enjoy life’s smaller pleasures.
The array of wildlife-watching opportunities in Africa is dizzying. But with a wealth of species to spot and a vast range of parks, reserves, lodges and camps, how do you pick your perfect safari? BBC Wildlife asked the experts.
Sea kayaking is a great way to enjoy eye-to-eye encounters with marine wildlife – even for novices.