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The complete digital archive of Geographical, dating back to May 1935, is now available to all subscribing schools and institutions.
Established in 1935, Geographical is the official magazine of the Royal Geographical Society and one of the leading magazines in its field, with stunning photography, great writing and first class design.
- Keep up to date with the world, its people and its places through our news pages and topical features on nature and conservation
- Explore far-flung cities, towns and villages. Meet their inhabitants and immerse yourself in their culture
- Discover weird and wonderful wildlife. Learn more about the world around you through insightful features and accomplished photography
In a time of unprecedented environmental and social change, never has knowledge of the world been more important. For an authoritative voice on geography, culture, wildlife and exploration institutions should look no further than Geographical, with the fully-searchable complete 82-year archive giving close to 1000 issues of informative content.
In this month’s dossier, Mark Rowe turns his attention to declines in the bird world. Many of the numbers are horrifying, but what’s particularly notable is that some of our most common and well-loved bids are under as much pressure as many of the rarer and flashier species we hear most about. In better news, more than 60 rewilding initiatives are currently taking place across Europe and, as Jacob Dykes finds out on page 34, its proponents are working hard to overcome the challenges of returning large animals to a crowded European landscape.