The peo­ple be­hind our sto­ries

BBC Wildlife Magazine - - Contents -

NATHALIE PETTORELLI

Con­ser­va­tion bi­ol­o­gist Nathalie looks at the role of so­cial me­dia in keep­ing an eye on the ex­pand­ing ranges of var­i­ous species in Britain. “The UK is such an in­cred­i­ble nation for ci­ti­zen sci­ence,” she says. See p28

JOE HARK­NESS

Au­thor of Bird Ther­apy, Joe ex­plores the benefits of bird­watch­ing for our men­tal health. “Birds are con­sis­tent in a way that peo­ple rarely are, and we can all learn from their freedom and sim­plic­ity,” he says. See p48

KARINE AIGNER

Wildlife pho­tog­ra­pher Karine fol­lowed a family of bob­cats for sev­eral months on a Texas ranch. “I be­came a fix­ture to them,” she says. “This was an ex­tremely weird and unique opportunit­y.” See p52

DEB­O­RAH MEADEN

Dragon’s Den busi­ness­woman Deb­o­rah talks about her af­fec­tion for adders. “As a child, I was des­per­ate to see one,” she says. “When I fi­nally did, I was struck by how beau­ti­ful and enig­matic it was.” See p114

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