How to be a Local Patch Reporter

Do you want to be a Local Patch Reporter in 2015? The good news is that it’s easier than ever before, and open to everyone. 

It is a project that is meant for people who want to blog about any aspect of wildlife. Read the blogs of Local Patch Reporters 2014

A number of our bloggers from 2014 have done really well. Two ended up working for the BBC’s Natural History Unit, lots have sold images to our magazine, one had their photo published as a cover image and he was also a finalist in Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2014. Having a blog connected with BBC Wildlife is a great way of keeping in touch with the magazine. 

If the project if of interest to you, all you have to do is head to the Forum on our website and start your own thread in the ‘Local Patch Reporters’ category.

When you have posted five blogs, we’ll consider your blog content for inclusion in BBC Wildlife. And at the end of the year we’ll be giving awards for the best nature blogs of 2015. We can’t wait to see what you get up to.

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