From the team at BBC Wildlife Magazine

Introducing the new-look BBC Wildlife magazine and website

We've had a make-over! Find out what's changed inside your favourite wildlife magazine, including new columnists, more articles, and more world-class photography than ever before.

Published: October 21, 2021 at 3:53 pm
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BBC Wildlife magazine and the Discover Wildlife website have a brand new look, and we’ve still got the in-depth and expert nature writing, photography, advice, guides and more that you’ve come to know and love.


Launched in 1963 and first titled Animals magazine, BBC Wildlife has evolved over the years, and we don’t just mean the logo. Pick up the latest copy of the magazine or visit the website and you’ll spot its 16th incarnation!

And while our photo- and feature-packed magazine is still at the heart of what BBC Wildlife is all about, you can also expect loads more articles, features, guides and interviews online at Discover Wildlife.

“The magazine has evolved many times since its launch in 1963 as the way that people enjoy media has changed down the decades,” explains editor Paul McGuinness.

BBC Wildlife Magazine has had 16 different looks since it first launched as Animals magazine in 1963.

“We’re lucky to have access to the best writers and photographers, and the leading scientists and conservationists, which is what makes BBC Wildlife the best wildlife magazine in the world – and it just got even better!”

“We’ve got new columnists, such as BBC Autumnwatch presenter Gillian Burke, and bestselling author Lucy Cooke, who’ll be taking a sideways look at the females of the species.”

“We still have all the great content that readers have known and loved for years, and lots more of it – more photography, more of the latest scientific discoveries, more conservation stories, and more wildlife from the UK and around the world.”

In the new issue you can read an exclusive interview with campaigner Tony Juniper, discover how animals like hippos and oysters re-engineer their habitats, and get the lowdown on what COP26 means for wildlife around the world.

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