Wildlife

Wildlife has always been close to our hearts and our Wildlife printed guides are full-colour handbooks to some of the world’s richest wildlife destinations. Suitable for both novices and enthusiasts, each guide is packed with photographs and written by experts but designed for the layman, to enthuse and inform travellers of all ages.

Our authoritative text on behaviours and habitats, plus tips on where and when to see different species, how to identify them, and the threats that they face, naturally extends to our online content.

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The extraordinary endemic wildlife of the Galápagos Islands

From the majestic giant tortoise to the curious-looking red-lipped batfish.

Red kites in flight in the Chilterns by Giedriius Shutterstock

Avian attractions: the best birdwatching spots in Britain

Does the sound of birdsong or the flap of wings overhead have you craning you neck up towards the heavens?

Lake Natron Bird's eye View Tanzania by Danita Delimont Shutterstock

Introducing Lake Natron: Tanzania’s blood red phenomenon

Seemingly inhospitable by all accounts, except for the few million flamingos that flock to its waters every year. Intrigued?

Nature’s gentle giants: a comprehensive guide to gorilla tracking

For many, gorilla tracking is a spine-tingling wildlife experience without peer.

Stars, sands and seas: how to reconnect with nature in Britain

Brian Jackman, author of Wild about Britain, chooses some of his favourite experiences in nature

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Ground Pangolin by Dawie Jacobs Photography Shutterstock

Species in the Spotlight: nature’s walking artichoke

A metre-long ant-eating pinecone?

The extraordinary endemic wildlife of the Galápagos Islands

From the majestic giant tortoise to the curious-looking red-lipped batfish.

Red kites in flight in the Chilterns by Giedriius Shutterstock

Avian attractions: the best birdwatching spots in Britain

Does the sound of birdsong or the flap of wings overhead have you craning you neck up towards the heavens?

Yarsagumba: the magical Himalayan caterpillar-fungus

With its magical medicinal properties, this unique creature is a lifeline for communities in Tibet and Nepal.

Lake Natron Bird's eye View Tanzania by Danita Delimont Shutterstock

Introducing Lake Natron: Tanzania’s blood red phenomenon

Seemingly inhospitable by all accounts, except for the few million flamingos that flock to its waters every year. Intrigued?

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