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This magazine is geared toward an educated, professional readership of scholars and scientists, but the engrossing, easy-to-understand stories and brilliant photography in Natural History hold appeal for anyone interested in the biological and natural sciences. From anthropology to zoology, this publication brings the latest in scientific news and research to life.
With cordial regards, I have one constructive criticism. I have read and enjoyed for over 20 years, and a glance at the typography then and now will show it used to be easier to read the copy. My eyes used to be 20 years younger too. I wish you would not be so clever with colored ink upon colored pages. Black type on white paper is easier for old folks to read, and more professional too. Kindly I remind you, you will all get to be 60 too. Thanks.
Whereas most popular science magazines feature articles by science writers covering various areas of research, "Natural History" features mostly working scientists writing about their own research in field biology, physiology, genetics, geology and astronomy -- along with vivid color photos and drawings. The well-researched and -edited articles provide a stimulating mix of empirical observations and theoretical constructs.
All my life I've loved the fellow critters and always read Nature magazine whenever I could lay my hands on it. After I graduated from college and started working again, I subscribed to Nature and read each issue from cover to cover. Libraries and schools always were glad to take my old well-thumbed over copies.Finally I don't remember when, the Museum of Natural History took over publication,but arrival of issues was never interupted and the enjoyment of each issue was better than ever.Perhaps ,maybe, I miss the old cover format.
Keep them coming..........James Browning