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Wild Christmas gift guide

PUBLISHED: 16:37 05 December 2011 | UPDATED: 20:24 20 February 2013

Wild Christmas gift guide

Wild Christmas gift guide

Some of the best gifts from Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust...



Wildlife Walks 14.99


Wildlife Walks is a fully updated guide to more than 500 Wildlife Trust nature reserves. It features hundreds of ideas for nature lovers and families looking for a special day out. Each reserve listing features information on when to go, what to look for and how to get there. The book also features photographs of hundreds of reserves and fascinating facts about British wildlife throughout. Foreword by Chris Packham.




152 Wild Things To Do 12.99


When did you last climb a tree? Pick some blackberries? Plant flowers to help bumble bees? What you need is 152 Wild Things To Do! This book is packed with inspirational ideas to get active, enjoy being outdoors and see the best of Britains wildlife, whether its at home or at Wildlife Trust nature reserves. This family friendly guide is accessible, practical and perfect for nature lovers everywhere, young or old.



Family membership 48


As well as receiving Wildlife Matters magazine, a nature reserves guide and our Go Wild events programme, you also get all the fun of Wildlife Watch, the childrens wildlife club, which includes a membership card, badge, quarterly magazine and wildlife watchers handbook.



Order your family membership today at www.hertswildlifetrust.org.uk or call 01727 858901.


Sponsor wildlife From 15


You can choose to sponsor a beautiful barn owl, a dozing dormouse or even one of our Konik ponies at Rye Meads Nature Reserve. Sponsors receive an adoption certificate, photograph and factsheet. By sponsoring your local wildlife you will be helping us to create and enhance habitats for these and other creatures to thrive in. See our full list of sponsorship opportunities.


Visit www.hertswildlifetrust.org.uk/shop to order a wild gift today.



Nature Tales 18.99


From Nick Baker diving with basking sharks off the Cornish coast to J A Bakers vivid descriptions of peregrines in the Essex countryside, or Sir John Lister-Kaye tracking deer in a Scottish woodland, Nature Tales celebrates Britains wildlife and landscapes with some of the greatest nature writers in the world. With contributions from both historical and modern day naturalists, including a foreword by Sir David Attenborough.





Gift membership From 36


Our gift membership makes a lovely present for someone special and is a great way to support our conservation work. The lucky recipient will benefit from a years membership which includes regular issues of Wildlife Matters magazine, a nature reserves guide, Go Wild events programme and a fantastic wildlife book, either Wildlife Walks or 152 Wild Things to Do.


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