Gaze a while at these giant clams, which seem to be smiling. Don’t you feel calmer? They link to an article inside ‘Feeling Blue?’ about the mental health benefits of interactions with nature. By showcasing natural beauty and telling the great ecological stories of this continent, Wildlife Australia motivates stronger ties to nature to empower conservation. We don’t add any extra clutter on our covers. The accurate, abundant and intriguing details you expect from Wildlife Australia are inside, in our captivating features and compellingly news and views
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Well – we won our category Science, technology and nature.’ Nicole Kidman, WHO Magazine’s ‘woman in red, beat us to the top accolade of overall Magazine Cover of the year. In our category, we beat the likes of Australian Geographic!

Gaze a while at these giant clams, which seem to be smiling. Don’t you feel calmer? They link to an article inside ‘Feeling Blue?’ about the mental health benefits of interactions with nature. By showcasing natural beauty and telling the great ecological stories of this continent, Wildlife Australia motivates stronger ties to nature to empower conservation. We don’t add any extra clutter on our covers. The accurate, abundant and intriguing details you expect from Wildlife Australia are inside, in our captivating features and compellingly news and views

Gaze a while at these giant clams, which seem to be smiling. Don’t you feel calmer? They link to an article inside ‘Feeling Blue?’ about the mental health benefits of interactions with nature. By showcasing natural beauty and telling the great ecological stories of this continent, Wildlife Australia motivates stronger ties to nature to empower conservation. We don’t add any extra clutter on our covers. The accurate, abundant and intriguing details you expect from Wildlife Australia are inside, in our captivating features and compellingly news and views

The prestigious Maggies, Magazine Cover of the Year Awards 2013, celebrate the best magazine covers in Australia.

Our Autumn 2013 issue, featuring Blue Clams, photographed by Alex Cearns from Houndstooth Studio, caught the eye of the selection panel consisting of ‘industry heavyweights’.

Thank you so much to everyone who voted for Wildlife Australia – what a lovely reward in this, our 50th year of publication.

To subscribe to Wildlife Australia, or to buy a Christmas gift subscription for someone special – we have a festive 2 for the price of 1 offer valid till the end of December. Subscribe today and receive a free online version of Wildife Australia for 12 months.

Visit The Maggies to see the other winners in various categories.

Written by Wildlifeqld