So what do you get a Wildlife Enthusiast for Christmas?

I don’t know about you but without the help of a full Christmas wish list from my loved ones I am hopeless at getting the right present. So are you also wondering what to get that wildlife enthusiast in your life that already has everything?
30 Wild Books

Then consider our 30 Wild Books list that we thoroughly enjoyed reviewing with 30 groups and individuals during 30 Days Wild in June 2017. (See Facebook 2017 for the reviews!) There are suggestions for all ages, some classics and some hot off the press (Well they were last year!) – how many have you read? Perhaps you should treat yourself too! I may have added a few to my own wish list after a reminder of how many/ few I have read!

  1. Audubon, on the wings of the world, Fabien Grolleau & Jeremie Royer
  2. Harrap’s Wild Flowers, Simon Harrap
  3. The Bog Baby, Jeanne Willis & Gwen Millward
  4. The Return of the Honey Buzzard, Aimee De Joungh
  5. White Fang, Jack London
  6. Brendon Chase, BB
  7. The Sand County, Almanac &sketches, Aldo Leopold
  8. Feral, George Monbiot
  9. Farewell to Shady Glade, Bill Peet Meg Rosoff
  10. Last Child in the Woods, Richard Louv
  11. What I was, Meg Rosoff
  12. The fox and the star, Coralie Bickford-smith
  13. Silent Spring, Rachel Carson
  14. A sky full of birds, Matt Merritt
  15. Being a Beast, Charles Foster
  16. Johnathan Livingston Seagull, Richard Bach
  17. What Nature does for Britain, Tony Juniper
  18. Badgered to death, Dominic Dyer and Chris Packham
  19. Inglorious, Mark Avery
  20. The outrun, Amy Liptrot
  21. Animalium, Jenny Broom
  22. Butterfly Isles, Patrick Barkham
  23. Moby Dick, Herman Melville
  24. What’s hidden in the woods, Aina Bestard
  25. Life of Pi, Yann Martel
  26. Prodical Summer, Barbara Kingslover
  27. Nightingales in November, Mike Dilger
  28. The Peregrine, J A Baker
  29. Foxes unearthed, Lucy Jones
  30. Bats, Usborne (publisher)

There is also the option to get a gift membership for them if you would like a free copy of number 17 ‘What Nature does for Britain’ by The Wildlife Trusts President, Tony Juniper currently available whilst stocks last!

As Nottingham screenwriter and author William Ivory said about 30 Wild Books,

“I think [its] is a great idea. Good writing always has the ability to inspire people and good nature writing can help celebrate the wonders of the natural world and affect positive change.”

Hear, hear! So, now’s your chance to help make that positive change!

Gift membership with free Tony Juniper book

Gift membership with free Tony Juniper book

Buy a gift membership and get a free copy of Tony Junipers book, 'What Nature Does For Britain' whilst stocks last.

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