We are chiming in to let you know that Issue 18, March 2015, of our free online magazine ANIMA MUNDI – Adventures in Wildlife Photography is now out and ready for downloading (or simple online browsing, if you prefer) at http://www.animamundimag.com/

Contents of our latest issue include a rare encounter with the gorgeous Himalayan Monal, possibly the world’s most colorful pheasant; the second part of our extensive and heavily illustrated feature on Tambopata Nature Reserve, in the Peruvian Amazon; a truly stunning and inspiring Personal Portfolio by Italian photographer Antonio Mancuso; a photographic tribute to those devilish beauties of tropical seas, the cryptic and colorful members of the Scorpionfish tribe; and a greatly engaging Trip Report from Argentina and its wildlife by herpetologist Cesar Barrio Amoros.

And since you are at it, feel free to explore and enjoy all the new features of our upgraded website – videos, photo galleries, interviews, useful links and all the back issues of ANIMA MUNDI – Adventures in Wildlife Photography are waiting to be discovered, downloaded and enjoyed in comfort. Also, don’t miss our NEW feature – all ANIMA MUNDI published articles are now available in hi-res pdf format as single posts on our website for easier downloading and browsing!

Have a great trip!

By Andrea Ferrari
Anima Mundi – Adventures in Wildlife Photography

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