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!