The peo­ple be­hind our sto­ries

BBC Wildlife Magazine - - Contents -


Wildlife artist and pho­tog­ra­pher Robert is fas­ci­nated by the dra­matic lives of his lo­cal stoats. “I watched in hor­ror as two kits locked to­gether in com­bat and tum­bled into the pond as a writhing ball,” he says. See p16.


Kate’s method of sav­ing the world is col­lect­ing data on wildlife. “We all think about the im­pact of our work, so it’s im­por­tant to me to con­sider whether mon­i­tor­ing ac­tu­ally helps to save wildlife,” she says. See p26.


Jour­nal­ist Linda is fas­ci­nated by the feisti­ness of lit­tle pen­guins. “They are no taller than wine bot­tles,” she says. “But af­ter dark they trum­pet out their songs so loudly, it sounds as if they are us­ing mega­phones.” See p30.


Na­ture writer Mike was ex­hausted by his first en­counter with sifakas. “Only once I’d slogged through Mada­gas­car’s rain­for­est my­self could I fully ap­pre­ci­ate the grace of these cap­ti­vat­ing an­i­mals,” he says. See p38.

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