Issue 3 has been released today. You can read it here for free:
This month, we are starting to think about spring, with features on butterflies, geese migration, guillemot chicks and investigating a rocky shore. We also take a good look into education in this issue; considering the Natural History GCSE, and how education can play a part in the future of our environment.
Someone who knows a lot about that subject was my March interviewee, Tony Juniper; a man often labelled an ‘eco hero’. Talking to him was fascinating, he has so much experience in the field and our chat was really thought-provoking for me. I always try and ask my interviewees how they feel about the future of nature, and what always gives me hope is that they always have a positive answer – an understanding that we are in trouble, and that there is a lot of work to do, but they are positive.
Please take the opportunity to have a read through New Nature and check out the talent from all the young naturalists who submit to us.
If you are aged 30 and under and would like to submit to either the magazine or the blog, please do get in touch. There is a guide on pitching available on the website.