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World Land Trust eBulletin Winter 2009

How to save rainforest this Christmas

Top of the tree: a WLT gift donation

Gift Certificate

Make a donation of £25 or more and dedicate it as a gift. Your gift recipient will receive a beautiful WLT Gift Pack with a Certificate.

Your donation will be used to secure real land which will be included in a nature reserve, for the benefit of wildlife. The best gift you can give to friends and the earth.
Give the Gift of Rainforest »

Top tip: Treat friends to a day off Christmas shopping: Add rainforest acres to your own wishlist and create a fundraising page for your friends and family to donate - and leave you a Christmas message instead of sending a card.

Other gifts that help save rainforest

Rainforest Friends, cuddly soft toys, and other gifts that support the World Land Trust

We have put together a list of more traditional gifts, for those who might not appreciate a wildlife gift acre.

Including Rainforest Friends soft toys (pictured), Organic Meltdown chocolate, Puro fairtrade coffee and more (with special offer prices for WLT supporters), you can buy these products safe in the knowledge that you will still support the WLT’s work to save wildlife habitats: The companies listed will make a donation from each sale to the World Land Trust to buy acres and save wildlife habitat.
Beyond Acres: Gifts that help save rainforest »

World's smallest orchid discovered in WLT supported reserve

New orchid species

A new species or orchid with flowers measuring just over 2mm across has been discovered in Cerro Candelaria Reserve, Ecuador. The orchid's flowers are so small that its petals are just one cell thick and almost completely transparent.

World's smallest orchid discovered in World Land Trust supported reserve (Ecuador)

News in Brief

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Send e-greetings and support the WLT
e-greeting selection

Thanks to our corporate supporters and charity search engine Everyclick, we have a great selection of greeting options to choose from, ranging from traditional, animated ecards to cutting edge augmented reality cards you can interact with.
Browse our card options here »

What is the difference between WLT News and the eBulletin?
WLT News

Did you know that WLT News, our twice-yearly printed newsletter, contains in-depth project updates, questions from supporters, quizzes and more? This makes it a great complement to the more bite-sized updates of our eBulletins. You can read WLT News online, or contact the Trust to receive it by post.

The latest WLT News includes a competition to win a bar of Organic Meltdown chocolate, so it's well worth checking it out!

News from our project areas

Protecting Lake Natron and its flamingos (Tanzania)

Margay rescued at Sierra Gorda, Mexico

Jaguar visits Paraguayan Community

Symposium on Payments for Ecosystems Services and Fundraising

Deforestation in Paraguay: Over 1500 football pitches lost a day in the Chaco

New Lizard found in Brazil reserve

Top predator visits feeding stations in Yanacocha Reserve, Ecuador

Pond created in Gloucestershire to protect UK amphibians and reptiles

Recent WLT events

Last Chance to See: WLT Supporters Mark Carwardine and Stephen Fry in search of some of the world's most endangered species

Presentation at the House of Commons calling the UK government to help save the Paraguayan Chaco

Argentine Ambassador reception illustrates how partnerships are protecting the Atlantic Forest

Supporter news

One Metre of Rainforest for One Metre of Fabric - Eurojersey

Send a card, save a tree: Stella Artois launches augmented reality ecards to save rainforest in Argentina

A Christmas Gift that Saves Rainforest - Rainforest Friends

Season's Greetings from the WLT team

Thanks to the generous support from our individual and corporate donors in 2009, the Trust is going from strength to strength despite the recession. But there is a much more to do, not least in the Paraguayan Chaco, where deforestation of astronomical proportions is currently taking place. With your continued support in 2010 we can ensure that vital habitat in the Chaco and our other project areas receive protection. Thank you all, for your help, this year, and in the future.

With best wishes for the New Year, from us all at World Land Trust

 

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