Amazon Prime now has its own natural wonder.
The company will start offering a $100-per-month membership to naturalista, a program that allows users to access the natural beauty and science section of the site for free.
If you subscribe for an extra $100, you’ll get a digital photo book, a curated curated collection of natural history photos, and a free membership to Amazon’s Natural Science section, which offers natural history and natural health information, as well as a full-fledged subscription to Natural Science Club, a collection of curated natural history videos and books.
The subscription service also includes access to a monthly newsletter featuring exclusive content curated by Amazon’s natural science staff.
You can subscribe to the Natural Science club at the bottom of the page, or you can subscribe at the top of the naturalista section to get the whole package.
Amazon has offered a $50-per.
month membership to Naturalista since the beginning of 2017, and it has grown since then.
Naturalista offers a subscription service to naturalist and natural science writers for less than $100 per month.
It has been around since 2017 and has been growing at a decent clip.
The current list of subscribers includes a few other well-known naturalistas, like naturalist Lauren Stoll, author David Waddington, and natural chemist Amy Ostroff.
The program will become available in January, and Amazon says that it will “continue to add new members and deepen its membership offering in the coming months.”
Naturalista’s founder, L. L. Smith, told The Verge that the naturalistas were inspired by the fact that Amazon was one of the first companies to embrace natural science, and also to make natural history a part of its overall platform.
He believes the naturalists were interested in getting into natural science because they thought it could help them make money and to provide the same kinds of access to science and technology that they had with books and magazines.
The service is designed to help naturalists make money by collecting natural specimens, and the company is paying for the subscription service by selling a monthly subscription to its Natural Science magazine.
Smith said that he decided to launch the Naturalista program after the Natural Intelligence app on iOS was discontinued.
The Natural Intelligence iOS app offered a curated list of the best naturalist natural history books available, but it was also limited to a few of the most popular naturalist books and had a limited selection of titles.
Naturalistas also got access to Amazon News, which allows users access to articles about natural history.
The news section is now much more expansive, and there’s even a curated section dedicated to natural science.
Smith says that Naturalista is trying to be a “full-fledged natural history club” that includes a variety of articles that are all curated by the Naturalists, and that it’s important to include content that is not necessarily relevant to the naturalist community.
The members who subscribe to Naturalist get access to the full Natural Intelligence experience.
They also get access for free to Natural Intelligence Club, which features curated content curated from the Natural Scientists, along with a selection of exclusive natural history films, and other exclusive content.
Smith told The Washington Post that the company also wants to offer the Naturalistas a better experience for both new and existing users.
For new users, he said, the Naturalist membership is a free trial, which is nice, since they’ll be getting access to all of Natural Intelligence’s content in a short period of time.
For existing users, it’s a $10 per month subscription that gives them access to Natural IQ, Natural Intelligence Studio, Natural Science Books, Natural Insight, Naturalism, and more.
Naturalist subscribers can also sign up for the Natural Life membership, which gives them a curated natural life book, curated natural events, and access to an online course.
Naturalists can also get the Naturalism subscription for $60 per month, which includes access and membership to the new Natural Science Academy, a subscription to Amazon Natural Science News, and additional natural science content.
The pricing structure is similar to the other subscription options offered by Amazon Prime.
For $10, you get access and a month-long subscription to a full Amazon Prime experience, as opposed to a single-month subscription that typically includes a bunch of freebies and ad-free access.
For an additional $50, you can get access directly to Natural Life’s library of natural science and natural history articles, as you would a regular subscription to the Amazon Natural Intelligence newsletter.
Naturalism has a limited number of subscriptions, so you might want to look into getting a couple of them to get a taste of what the library is like.
For the more adventurous, you could sign up as a member of Naturalist for $100.
For a more in-depth look at Naturalista, you should check out this interview with Naturalista founder L.L. Smith.