ORYX, a renowned scientific journal for the global conservation community, has been published by Fauna & Flora International since 1903. An individual subscription to Oryx includes membership of Fauna & Flora International. This means that you not only receive Oryx but join the like-minded people from over 120 countries who have committed to helping FFI save threatened species and habitats around the world. Membership includes the FFI Update newsletter three times per year and the annual magazine Fauna & Flora. For more details and to join, see the FFI Membership page.
Read a free issue
If you would like to read a copy of Oryx before deciding whether to take out a personal subscription through FFI membership, the most recent January issue is always freely available online. The April 2003 issue, which is a celebratory centenary issue containing a series of review articles that remain of great interest, is also freely available online. If you would like to receive a recent sample copy of Oryx, please contact us.
The Oryx digital archive (1950–present) and the 1903–2003 Centenary Archive are available in a number of ways. See the Archive page for more details.
Many universities, government organizations and NGOs throughout the world have institutional subscriptions to Oryx, available in online or print + online formats.
In developing countries
Institutions in countries with developing or emerging economies may be eligible for a free or reduced-price subscription to Oryx. There are a number of access schemes supporting such subscriptions for eligible institutions.
Obtaining back volumes
Copies of most back volumes and issues of Oryx are available, and are priced individually. For further details and prices, contact us.
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