BBC Countryfile Magazine issue 166: Summer wildlife
Discover the UK's most sensational wildlife spectacles in the July issue of BBC Countryfile Magazine – on sale now.
Wetlands, whispering reeds, wind farms and wide skies – welcome to the Norfolk Broads. Travel its waterways on a wild adventure with Matt Gaw.
Create a haven for wildlife by cultivating these beautiful insect-friendly plants, says Dave Goulson.
Master of ambush
Mesmerising and deadly, the sparrowhawk has found new hunting grounds in our gardens. Tim Dee meets this small yet mighty killer.
Kathryn Ferry recalls the heyday of the camping coach, when railways cars were transformed into holiday homes.
Lockdown has prompted us all to seek out nature near our homes. Our team share their favourite local finds.
Naturalist Gilbert White is considered the world’s first ecologist. Matthew Oates tells the story of this 18th-century parson.
Music of the land
When we can’t travel to the countryside, sounds and sweet airs can transport you. Duncan Haskell selects 20 tunes to carry you far away.
- Great Days Out – Coastal walks
- Columns from the Countryfile presenters
- Behind the Headlines
Issue 166 on sale 30th June 2020
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