BBC Wildlife Magazine Forum Guidelines
We want the BBC Wildlife
Forum to be the place where you share your knowledge and love of the natural world with other BBC Wildlife Magazine
To ensure the forum remains a friendly, sociable place for you to share your thoughts, queries, tips and content, we’ve created some golden rules that we’d like you to follow: BBC Wildlife Forum Golden Rules
Here are a few important Do’s and Don’ts…Do:
Share your experiences of and thoughts about the natural world.
Reveal the best places to watch wildlife in your local area.
Share your photographs, video or audio content.
Ask us questions and give your opinion on wildlife topics. Don’t:
Advertise commercial organisations or brands, or your own products or services.
Campaigning or fundraise – including for environmental charities or good causes, however worthwhile.
Publish content you don’t own the copyright to unless you have permission from the copyright holder.
Include any sexual content, swearing or references to illegal activity.
Include any offensive, racist or sexist language.
Post any personal information unless you or the other party are happy for it to be in the public domain (get their permission first). This applies especially to your/their contact details and locations.
Post any defamatory or insulting statements about individuals or representatives of organisations or brands.
As a member of the BBC Wildlife Forum we ask you to abide by the full terms and conditions listed here: http://www.immediate.co.uk/terms-and-conditions/BBC Wildlife Magazine does not accept responsibility for the content of Local Patch Reporter blog posts shared on this Forum.
If you have any queries about any of the above, please don’t hesitate to contact a member of the BBC Wildlife
editorial team via the Forum (Sheena Harvey, Ben Hoare, James Fair, Seth Burgess, Tom Gilks, Sarah McPherson and Jo Price).
Many thanks, BBC Wildlife