Christmas photo gift puts focus on Dorset wildlife work
Six photographers have donated stunning images of wildlife and wintry landscapes to help a wildlife trust’s vital work.
Dorset Wildlife Trust is using the images on Christmas cards.
They feature a wintry Canford Heath and snowy Durdle Door, as well as a running hare, a blue tit on a frosty branch, a red squirrel in the snow and a herd of fallow deer. All profits will help the wildlife charity.
Fiona Sansom, supporter development manager at the trust, said: “Our unique Christmas cards raise much-needed funds for Dorset’s wildlife, thanks to the generosity of these talented photographers. We are incredibly grateful to them for these beautiful images.”
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The photographers are Alex Saberi, Don Hooper, Mike Lawrence, Richard Nicoll, Peter Spencer and Dave Newman.
The cards come in packs of 10 and cost £4 per pack plus 50p postage and packing. To order, visit dorsetwildlifetrust.org.uk/shop, ring 01305 264620 or buy in person at DWT Brooklands Farm, near Dorchester DT2 7AA.