Travel

Beavers in Scotland article spread
A musky perfume, a pile of twigs – the evidence all adds up. European beavers have returned to mid-Argyll after four centuries of absence. Kenny Taylor takes a magical mystery tour of their new home.
Bill Oddie's adventure in Sri Lanka article spread
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…
Confessions of a tour guide opening spread
You may visit exotic destinations to see the wildlife, but it’s the antics of your fellow travellers that will make the trip memorable according to Hilary Bradt.
The Iberian lynx survives today in just two areas of Andalucía, with fewer than 150 existing in the wild. James Fair went in search of the world’s rarest cat knowing that the odds were stacked against him...  
The flatlands of the Somerset Levels have inspired wildlife film-maker Simon King since he was a boy, and in this exclusive article he explains why.
The Lost Forest article spread
It may not be as well known as the Amazon, but the Atlantic Forest of Brazil has everything from rare monkeys to maned sloths and deserves to be rediscovered.
Travel Estonia article spread
Estonia’s neverending boreal forest is packed with the continent’s most exciting large carnivores. But its star attraction is not a wolf, bear or lynx, but a flying squirrel.  
Ireland article spread, photo © The Irish Image Collection/Photolibrary.com
Windswept and waterlogged, Ireland really is different to the rest of the British Isles and offers some unique wildlife encounters. Just don’t forget your raincoat.  
Discover Peru article spread
Hot, heady and unforgettable, the Amazon is the world’s mightiest river, but its wildlife can be elusive unless you know where to look.
Explore Colonsay and Oronsay Islands article spread
It’s still possible to find untouched Edens in Britain. Fergus Collins visits a pair of islands on western Scotland’s Celtic fringe, where wildlife far outnumbers people.
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