I look forward to British Wildlife dropping through the letterbox every couple of months. The December issue is well-timed to be well-read over the Christmas break.
Peter Marren writes about the threat to the NHM garden (you read it here first?) and I write about the twelve days of Christmas.
There is a letter from Tim Bonner the Chief Executive of the so-called Countryside Alliance criticising Chris Packham.
Peter Marren reviews two new New Naturalists – one of which he raves over and the other of which he is luke warm about.
There are tales of insects just to remind us of summer (High Brown Fritillaries (Butterfly Conservation) and Heath Potter Wasps (John Walters)) but also of Lemon Slugs and Strawberry Spiders (Brett Westwood) and a nice patch of Dorset (Andrew Branson) as well as much else and all the regular features.