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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.
Safari expert Stephen Mills reveals the best locations and shares his top tips for ensuring an unforgettable lion-watching experience.
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.
Home to Africa’s friendliest pachyderms, Zimbabwe is once again a great destination for wildlife tourism.
On assignment for BBC Wildlife Magazine, Bill Oddie gives blood to the rainforest, meets some familiar feathered friends, experiences the ‘Rainforest Rainbow’ and has four game drives in which to find a leopard…
Hot, heady and unforgettable, the Amazon is the world’s mightiest river, but its wildlife can be elusive unless you know where to look.
Leopards are top of many people’s safari tick-list, but, while they usually avoid humans, there are some instances in which they will attack.
Most lions flee, even from people on foot, but an attack is a possibility and knowing how to react could save your life.
Dangerous animals, deadly drugs and high-speed helicopter chases – it’s all in a day’s work for South Africa’s wildlife vets. So, if you’re prepared to get your hands dirty, you can get closer to big game than you ever dared dream.