Wildlife collaboration

Leading wildlife specialist, CJ Wildlife, has collaborated with Europe’s largest conservation charity, the National Trust, to help encourage individuals and communities to share the love of nature and play their part in protecting and caring for the environment.

With common goals to protect wildlife – whether that is at home or on a larger scale, through the work the charity does to care for 250,000 hectares of countryside and the wildlife that lives there, this collaboration allows everyone to make a difference. Both through the creation of wildlife friendly spaces using quality products that are fit for the wildlife that need them and through the income it will generate for the charity.

Initially a 5-year agreement, CJ Wildlife have pledged a significant value of a minimum of £775,000 support over the term starting at £75,000 per year and rising to a minimum of £240,000 in year five.

Central to this collaboration is a licensed range of high-quality products to help you care for the wildlife visiting your garden. The items have been selected based on several key criteria including material quality, effective and attractive design, and sustainability. Developed by experts, the collection includes bird and wildlife foods, bird feeders, nest boxes and accessories, mammal and insect habitats and educational charts.

Every purchase made from CJ Wildlife’s National Trust Garden Wildlife range over the course of the collaboration will contribute to National Trust projects and directly benefits wildlife.

Products will be available to order from CJ Wildlife and National Trust online shops as well as other reputable sellers; rolled out gradually throughout 2020.

More information can be found at www.birdfood.co.uk/national-trust and www.nationaltrust.org.uk


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