Wildlife Sponsorships

Give the gift of wildlife!

Give a plover to your mother this Mother's Day. Give the special woman in your life one of our fantastic wildlife sponsorship packages. 

Hertfordshire and Middlesex is home to some incredible wildlife - why not treat the nature lover in your life and sponsor an animal? By sponsoring with us you will be supporting a real connection between your loved one and the wildlife around them.

Not only do our sponsorships bring a smile to recipients’ faces but they also make a huge difference to the wildlife they support, making a real contribution to our work.

The recipient of each wildlife gift receives a gift pack including:

  • Sponsorship certificate and beautiful colour photograph 
  • two fantastic factsheets all about your sponsored species and their habitat
  • welcome letter introducing recipient to the Wildlife Trust and our work
  • wildlife postcard to keep or send to a friend
  • Go Wild events guide – giving the recipient access to our local events.


About our Wild Gifts

For a one off payment of £20 you can sponsor local wildlife for a year with Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust. Your wild gift will help to safeguard a future for your chosen species and their habitat.

Our sponsorship packs make the perfect gift as they come complete in a gift pack which can be sent directly to the recipient!

Delivery information

We offer FREE delivery to the UK and aim to process and dispatch your wild gifts within 5 working days of receiving your order. If you would like your pack for a specific date please let us know on your order form.

Mothering Sunday delivery - recommend ordering by Wednesday 22nd March to ensure that your gift arrives in time for the weekend.

Contact us 

If you have any problems or would like to discuss your order, please contact us on 01727 858901 or email fundraising@hmwt.org.

Other wild gift ideas

Gift Membership - share your love of wildlife with a friend

Wildlife Gift Shop - buy one of our FSC guides and ID charts to explore your local wild spaces