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365 Wild Days

365 Days Wild


365 inspirational suggestions for enjoying nature – even if only for a few seconds – and setting your senses alight. Some take a few seconds, like smelling a wildflower on the way to work or tasting the sweet explosion of a fresh blackberry; others a few hours, like creating a whole area for wildlife in your garden. Some take no time at all, but involve little changes to your daily routine that will ultimately be better for wildlife, like buying a reusable coffee cup.

Badger Necklace

Badger Necklace

£25.00 £12.00

Everyone at Derbyshire Wildlife Trust loves a badger! Wear your love around your neck with this fair trade necklace.

Sourced from Just Trade, this pendant is skillfully hand carved from a tagua nut. A nut is selected that is as close to the desired finished shape as possible, which is then formed using a variety of sanding processes and polished to achieve a smooth surface. This ethical jewellery is handmade by Darwin in Sosote, Ecuador.

Fox Necklace

Brass Fox Necklace


Sourced from Just Trade, this necklace is handmade from brass sheet and planished using a specialist hammer to give it texture.

This ethical jewellery is handmade by the women in the Flowering Desert Project in Tamil Nadu, India. The training and fairly paid employment opportunities at Flowering Desert offer a way for the women to increase their skills and future work possibilities, often bringing them a status in their society for the first time.

Not only this, but by buying the necklace through us, you’re supporting Derbyshire’s wildlife! One necklace can transform so much!

Bug bingo

Bug Bingo


Love bingo? Love wildlife? This is the perfect gift!

Bringing a fun and educational twist to the traditional game as players learn the names and colourings of both favourite species like the honey bee and more exotic bugs like the vampire moth.

It contains 64 superbly illustrated bug tokens, one board, 12 bingo cards and brightly coloured counters for you to mark up your card, as well as a leaflet containing basic information and a few quirky traits for all.


Butterfly habitat

Butterfly habitat


We bet you never knew you could provide a home for butterflies!

This particular butterfly habitat provides both a summer and winter house for butterflies. In summer it can be used as a nectar feeder packed full of sweet ripe fruits and in winter it makes a cosy over-wintering home for non-migratory butterflies.

This one comes in a gorgeous ‘pop’ blue and instructions to create the ideal butterfly habitat are included on the inside of the product wrap. Site the butterfly habitat in a sunny sheltered position, out of prevailing winds.

The nectar pots should be regularly filled with Wildlife World Butterfly Food with added vitamins or a sugar water solution. Feeding is especially effective in early spring and late summer when natural nectar is scarce. Place over ripe fruit in the central plastic bowl, the sweeter the better.

Once you’ve put it up, you’ll be all set to do the Big Butterfly Count in the summer!

Ceramic Blue Tit Feeder


Novelty small bird feeder. For use with Seeds, Nuts, Mealworms and Bird Treats.

Complete with strong steel hanging wire.

Hi-Fired ceramic, easy to clean with drainage holes.

For Robins, Blue Tits, Great Tits and other small garden species.

Dewdrop bee and bug home

Dewdrop Bee and Bug House


Wildlife World’s beautiful Dewdrop Bee & Bug hotel provides nesting tubes for solitary bees & shelter for other beneficial insects in your garden. Solitary bees are wonderful pollinators of fruit, veg and flowers in your garden and as they don’t live in colonies or make honey they are non-aggressive and safe around pets and children.

DIY Wax Wrap Kit


The perfect gift for the eco conscious, crafty person in your life who is looking to reduce their plastic use.

Kit contains 3 cotton squares for waxing, instructions, waxing mixture and wooden spreading spatula.

The waxing mix contains candelilla wax, pine resin and jojoba oil and is vegan.

Keep Cup


Cut down on single use coffee cups with a beautiful Keep Cup. Great for the environment and stylish too, we have two sizes available depending on how large your coffee addiction is!

Match a leaf

Match a leaf


Learn to distinguish your ash from your sassafras in this arboreal memory game. Place the cards face down and see if you can remember where the matching pairs are located. Collect more pairs than your opponent to win! The game also features interesting facts about each tree, written by the Head of the Arboretum at Kew Gardens.

Peak Skincare Dovedale Outdoor Face Balm


A delicious combination of Argan, Jojoba and Apricot Oils blended with rich Shea Butter. The inclusion of locally sourced non-pore clogging beeswax helps to form a protective nourishing barrier for those fresh air outdoor activities. Equally suited to drying indoor conditions too. Scented with essential oils of Patchouli and Bergamot plus Lemongrass to help deter insects. An essential balm for everyday skincare use.

Product Story: The National Trust owns the land of Dovedale which is named after the River Dove that runs through the Dale. While this may be one of the gentlest walks of the Peak District, your ‘Dove-like’ complexion can always benefit from a little extra regular nourishment to help protect from drying winds whether the walk is easy or more challenging. So we designed a namesake Face Balm, and our Dovedale, with its light Apricot oil and precious Argan oil, is specially formulated with beeswax from bees foraging on local wild flowers to provide the essential extra ‘all-weather’ element . Plus earthy Patchouli and lemony Bergamot essential oils make the scent unisex. But don’t save it just for outdoor activities as it is suitable to use in centrally heated homes, cars and offices too!

Peak Skincare Monsal Head Hair Balm


Camellia seed oil has been used for centuries in the East as a hair conditioner, so we’ve blended it with the beautiful seed oil of the blue Starflower, known to contain high amounts of the vital hair protein (keratin). Plus enriching Jojoba seed oil, locally sourced Peak District beeswax and a simple scent of delicate Vanilla essential oil. This is sleek non greasy, hair smoothing and hair nourishing balm. Ideal for daily use.

Monsal Head is arguably the most famous view point of any Dale in the Peak District National Park. Looking down on the impressive former railway viaduct, now known as the Monsal Trail, you can be sure your hair is in place with our Monsal Head Hair Balm. Starflower seed and Camellia seed oils have high reputations for hair conditioning and together with smoothing, protective beeswax, your hair can look slick and sleek while you have fun. Who said you couldn’t pursue your outdoor adventures in style!

Planting for Honeybees

Planting Things for Honey Bees


Of the 25,000 known species of bee worldwide, only seven species are honeybees, and the shrinking of green spaces has placed them in danger. Planting for Honeybees shows you how you can help these delightful pollinators to flourish by creating a habitat for them. No matter how small or large your space, from a window ledge in the city to a country garden, Sarah Wyndham Lewis offers practical advice on which plants to grow, and when and where to plant them.

Rewild Yourself


An innovative book of 23 spells designed to reinvigorate the presence of nature from the author of bestsellers such as How to be a Bad Birdwatcher. Simon Barnes believes that in the busy, technological modern world we inhabit, we too often forget the beauties of the wild world so he has made it his mission to allow us to re-register with the wild in order to reap its healing benefits once more.

Swallow nester

Swallow nesting bowl


Summer swallows are a delightful feature of our countryside and fields where they are to be found hunting their insect prey on the wing. They like to build their nests in and around barns, garages, stables and outbuildings. You may help these quintessentially English summer migrants by putting up our ready-made swallow bowls to maximise their breeding potential near their hunting grounds.