BBC Wildlife Magazine - - Contents - Sheena Har­vey Edi­tor

Y ou’ll no­tice that we’ve made a few changes to the look of BBC

Wildlife in this is­sue. We’ve added some ex­cit­ing new el­e­ments, like our in­ter­view with a sci­en­tist whose work is mak­ing head­lines (p53) and a wildlife volunteer help­ing puffins (p107). We’ve com­bined our sci­en­tific and con­ser­va­tion sto­ries in one Wild News sec­tion in the mid­dle of the magazine, and we have a new Wild at Home sec­tion (start­ing on p87) fea­tur­ing TV, books, games, puz­zles, apps, online en­ter­tain­ment – any­thing to do with na­ture that you’d en­joy with your fam­ily in the com­fort of your home, when you’re not out and about wildlife watch­ing.

But don’t worry, all your favourites are still there, just with a cleaner, fresher look we hope you’ll like. And to­gether with our new look magazine, we’re launch­ing a much im­proved BBC Wildlife app for iOS on 4 July. Sub­scribers will see our ar­ti­cles in a more read­able for­mat – no more scrolling and pinch­ing to read the text. An An­droid ver­sion will fol­low shortly.

I hope you en­joy the July is­sue!

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