Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Minnesota Conservation Volunteer App and Slideshow

Explore Minnesota Conservation Volunteer's Sense of Place issue with the new iPad app featuring beautiful images by Minnesota photographers Jim Brandenburg, Layne Kennedy, Bill Marchel, Gary Alan Nelson, Judy Olausen, and Richard Hamilton Smith.

For 70 years, Minnesota Conservation Volunteer magazine has provided entertaining and informative articles about Minnesota's woods, waters, and wildlife. Featuring some of Minnesota's best-known outdoor writers and photographers, MCV delivers the best in-depth and in-the-field coverage spanning all of Minnesota's great outdoors—from birding and camping, to hunting and fishing, to hiking and paddling, with a special focus on urgent conservation issues that matter most to Minnesotans.

In addition to all the compelling writing and stunning images found in Minnesota Conservation Volunteer's annual Sense of Place issue, this special iPad version includes:

– A design as meticulous as the magazine's award-winning print edition
– iPad-only photographs, slideshows, and audio
– interactive images that allow users to play bird calls or to view panoramic images
– relevant Web links

Don't have an iPad but still want to view some of the images? View the Twelve Months of Minnesota slideshow here.

1 comment:

  1. Jim,
    Recently downloaded the Minnesota App for my iPad, and it's an outstanding publication. Look forward to the next issue-Thank you!


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