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Christmas photo gift puts focus on Dorset wildlife work

By Western Daily Press  |  Posted: November 13, 2012

  • A different view of Durdle Door, on Dorset’s Jurassic Coast, to that normally seen by the thousands that visit in the summer. (Photo by Peter Spencer)

  • Blue tit in the snow. (Photo by Mike Lawrence)

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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.”

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.

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