Shop - Scottish Wildlife Trust

By: Scottish Wildlife Trust  05/12/2011
Keywords: wildlife, Christmas Cards, Conservation Work

Welcome to the Scottish Wildlife Trust's online shop. If you're looking for a unique wildlife gift for a friend or loved one, you'll find a variety of different options below. From cards and calendars to animal adoption kits, wildlife books to branded clothing, there's something for wildlife lovers everywhere! What's more, money raised from our shop will go directly into funding our conservation work in Scotland.

Whether it's for you or for a friend, membership of the Trust makes a big difference

Animal adoption kits include beavers, peregrines, ospreys and red squirrels

Get in early to purchase our unique calendar and wildlife themed Christmas cards 



Wildlife books plus our indispensible guide to

over 120 Trust reserves 

Get the look with our range of branded Trust clothing and quality binoculars

Keywords: Christmas Cards, Conservation Work, Red Squirrels, wildlife,

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Adopt an Animal

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. Adopt a beaver and receive a personalised certificate, fun factsheet, stickers and a giant A2-sized poster. You can create a real connection between people and the wild creatures all around us. It also makes an original gift for adults.


Cards and calendars

Limited time only - order a pack of our 2011 Christmas cards and get a pack of last year's cards for just £2. Special offer - order both our wildlife calendar 2012 and our winter wildlife Christmas cards and save £2. Set of six wildlife notecards featuring exclusive images of species including puffins. Eight cards featuring four iconic Scottish species.


Books and guides

A selection of books and guides with a wildlife theme, the proceeds of which will help fund the Trust's conservation efforts in Scotland. The extraordinary story of Britain's oldest breeding osprey.