Nature Conservancy Magazine Releases Updated Digital Edition Mobile App

Nature Conservancy magazine relaunched its mobile app for iPad

Arlington, VA | October 01, 2012

Nature Conservancy magazine has relaunched its digital edition mobile app for iPad. The updated version boasts the same engaging stories and stunning photography as the award-winning print magazine, plus exclusive photo galleries, videos, audio commentary, interactive maps, virtual trails and more. It is available for free on the App Store.

In the latest digital edition you can:

• Watch a video following artist James Prosek as he travels from sea to studio to paint 35 Atlantic Ocean fish at life-size
• Listen to audio commentary from the artist about why he's hooked on fish
• Explore a panoramic view of Prosek's studio in Easton, Connecticut
• Finger paint a Dorado to reveal its living colors
• View photo galleries of Africa’s Lake Tanganyika and Georgia’s Altamaha River

“The custom digital edition offers readers an immersive experience,” says Teresa Duran, publisher of Nature Conservancy magazine. “Our stories come alive on the iPad and pull you deeper into the places most in need of protection.”

The Nature Conservancy is a leading conservation organization working around the world to conserve the lands and waters on which all life depends. Visit The Nature Conservancy on the web at To learn about the Conservancy’s global initiatives, visit To keep up with current Conservancy news, follow @nature_press on Twitter.


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