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Give nature a home this summer

Free gift for adult & family memberships

Handbook of Garden Wildlife

Offer ends 31 August 2014

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As a gift

Inspire a loved one and help nature

Buy membership for a friend, relative or a whole family

  • From only £3 a month or £36 a year
  • A gift that lasts all year, creating memories to treasure
  • Delivered to you or your loved one
  • Choose when you want the gift membership to start
  • A great way to celebrate any occasion

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Here's what they'll receive:

Gift card
Adult membership pack
Wild families pack
Nature's Home magazine
Birdlife magazine
Membership card
  • A gift card with a message from you
  • Member's pack for adults
  • Members' pack for families
  • Adults get Nature's Home magazine four times a year
  • Magazines for children throughout the year with family membership
  • Free entry to over 100 nature reserves
  • Handbook of Garden Wildlife

Choose how much you give

Your gift will help wildlife - and your friend or loved one will receive a member's pack, regular magazines, a free gift and entry to over 100 nature reserves

  • £3
  • £4
  • £5
  • Click for examples
Hawthorn, with berries in hedgerow

£3 per month

will cover the costs of planting more than 10 metres of hedgerow for wildlife

Wild flowers

£4 per month

will fund the planting of wildflower seeds to create a meadow for insects, birds and mammals

Aerial shot of rainforest, Sumatra, Indonesia

£5 per month

will repair 1 km of forest trail in Harapan Rainforest, Sumatra

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or call 01767 693680

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Typically 90p in every pound goes straight to conservation

You'll make their day

My granddad spends so much time in the garden enjoying wildlife and birds, so I was surprised to hear he wasn't an RSPB member. I thought it would be an excellent Christmas gift for him, as he is so difficult to buy for. He loved the gift and has visited a couple of his nearby reserves. He is also much better at identifying the visitors in his garden - he tells me all about them every time I visit him.

Lucy, Cambridgeshire

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