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Celebrate World Environment Day with us and World Land Trust's Keepers of the Wild

5th June 2020

ūüĆéHappy World Environment Day! Today we are celebrating biodiversity¬†around the globe and those who work to protect and preserve our environment for the future...
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This year's theme is 'Celebrate Biodiversity' - shining a light on the areas of our earth that are home to a variety of diverse species (like our colourful artwork above!) this includes¬†birds, butterflies, amphibians, mammals, plant life and so many other beautiful creatures that are continuously under threat.‚Ā†
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We are proudly partnering with the World Land Trust's Keepers of the Wild and will be donating 10% of all sales made today (Friday 5th June 2020) to support this special programme...

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More about World Land Trust's Keepers of the Wild:

After our successful Earth Day¬†partnership with World Land Trust (donating 150 trees to help reforest habitat for wildlife that has been lost), we are working together again to support the Keepers of the Wild programme! Funding the work of rangers on the front lines of conservation who protect the reserves, habitats and biodiverse lands that WLT has helped to fund. Hired locally, they know the land better than anyone and can be the best advocates for conservation within their communities. Ranger duties include: monitoring wildlife and rescuing animals in difficulty; patrolling for signs of illegal activity; responding to urgent situations like fires; involvement within their local communities and education programmes to advocate conservation. Keepers of the Wild are often the ones to discover new species with their cameras and binoculars. They safeguard some of the world‚Äôs most threatened species and the incredible habitats in which they are found.‚Ā†

10% of all sales made today (Friday 5th June 2020) on our site will be donated to this important programme.

More about World Land Trust:

World Land Trust (WLT) works with local NGO partners around the world to save, protect and restore critically threatened habitat for wildlife. Since 1989, through the generosity of WLT supporters, WLT has funded the purchase and protection of more than 880,000 acres of tropical forest and other threatened habitats, and has worked with overseas partners to plant more than 2 million trees.

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