Visit our online shop here for cards, gifts and wildlife sponsorship. All funds raised will directly support our conservation work across North Wales.
Solely run by volunteers, our shops offer a wide selection of products designed to benefit the wildlife in your local area as well as encourage people young and old to take an interest in the wealth of nature around them.
You can find the Trust shops at the Breakwater County Park Visitor Centre find directions here, near Holyhead on Anglesey, and the Great Orme Country Park Visitor Centre find directions here in Llandudno, Conwy.
In North East Wales, you can also find NWWT items for sale at Llyn Brenig Visitor Centre and Loggerheads Country Park.
North Wales Wildlife Trust is delighted to announce a new partnership with the conservation award-winning Vine House Farm. This means that the Trust now receives a commission for all bird food ordered from Vine House Farm.
You can find out more about the partnership or click on the image above to make an order.
Simply shop online through our webshop portal and the retailers give us income when you shop with them. Retailers include Ebay, Amazon, Marks & Spencer, Ethical Superstore, Ikea, Asda, Mothercare, HMV, Next, and Waterstones amongst many others.
Are you looking for an unusual present? Look no further! You can now sponsor a nature reserve, adopt a dormouse or a sandwich tern at the Cemlyn Tern Colony.
You don't have to have a PayPal account.
PayPal accepts credit and debit cards.
photo by Graham Eaton
The Cemlyn Sandwich Tern pack comes with a fantastic Sandwich Tern photo giftcard by professional wildlife photographer Graham Eaton, a factsheet about Cemlyn Nature Reserve and an adoption certificate.
photo by Danny Green
The Gors Maen Llwyd pack comes with a striking giftcard with its photo of a Black Grouse lekking at dawn kindly donated by professional wildlife photographer Danny Green, a fact sheet about the nature reserve and a sponsorship certificate.
The Dormouse gift pack has a hazel nut guide to help you search for any signs of the shy creature living in your neck of the woods, as well as a factsheet and a Dormouse giftcard with the photo donated by Graham Eaton, a runner up in the Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition in 2007.
If you are buying a gift, please email with any message you would like to put in the giftcard, the name for the Certificate, and the name and postal address of the recipient.
For further information contact Jen Berry at email@example.com or call 01248 351541.