Autumnwatch USA

Inside this exciting issue:

 

Autumnwatch USA 'Watch' producer Chris Howard previews the wild delights of New England in the fall

Everyday ethics Is it ever OK to squash a fly, or it 'live and let live' the absolute imperative? 

Newcastle's urban kittiwakes Why seabirds nesting on Tyneside are ruffling feathers

The bird that saved forests How the discovery of Ecuador's jocotoco antpitta led to the creation of a reserve and influential conservation foundation

News: How heat hits wildlife The UK's long, dry summer has been welcomed by some - but it has had a serious impact on nature

Turning turtle It takes all sorts of volunteers - with varied motivations - to monitor and protect loggerheads on a Florida beach

A sting in the tale Explore the social world of the hornet with a photographer who gets a buzz out of these striped insect predators

Photo story: Eye on the tiger Extraordinarily candid images from a new exhibition reveal the lives of the big cat and efforts in their conservation

 

PLUS ...

Mark Carwardine Is fine art really so much more valuable than conservation?

Volunteer: Working for Nature We meet an amphibian and reptile surveyor in Cambridgeshire

Conservationr report The elusive Central Asian sand cat

 

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Issue Details
On Sale Date: 
26th September 2018
Volume: 
36
Issue Number: 
11
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