Adopt an Animal

By: Scottish Wildlife Trust  05/12/2011

Kids love animals – and adopting an osprey, peregrine, beaver, puffin or red squirrel is a great way to help them grow up appreciating Scotland's wildlife. It also makes an original gift for adults. By adopting an animal, you can create a real connection between people and the wild creatures all around us. Adoption directly helps the animals, too: the money you give makes a real contribution to our work.

Adopting a puffin makes a really wild gift for a friend or loved one, or even for yourself. Your adoption pack will include a certificate, fun fact sheet and a puffin print or soft cuddly puffin toy.


Adopt an osprey and receive a personalised certificate, fun factsheet and some stickers.


Adopt a beaver and receive a personalised certificate, fun factsheet, stickers and a giant A2-sized poster.


Adopt a red squirrel and receive a personalised certificate, fun factsheet, stickers, A2-sized poster and a special T-shirt.


Adopt a peregrine and receive a personalised certificate, a photo, a book on birds and a DVD.


The information in this article was current at 02 Dec 2011

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