The Forest & Bird shop is now closed for the Christmas holidays but we will be back in the New Year! Have a wonderful festive season and thank you for shopping for nature! The shop will be back up and running towards the end of January
Please note that the shop will be closed for Christmas from 9am on the 12th of December 2019 to ensure we get your orders to you before Christmas. The shop will re-open on 27 January 2020.
Forest & Bird is New Zealand's leading independent conservation charity, protecting and restoring our wildlife and wild places for you and your family.
By making a purchase through this shop you are helping to raise vital funds that will be used to defend all of our native species and the incredible places at land and at sea that they call home.
Thank you for being a voice for nature.
These beautiful New Zealand Railways posters were commissioned by Forest & Bird and displayed in 65 stations from Kaikohe to Invercargill during the 1960s. We have high-quality reproductions of all three designs available to buy for the first time.
Peka tha baby bat leaves the family roost on her first solo flight. This adorable book by Karyn Wilson tells of Peka and Koro, the bat and the snail, and is a must-have for all kiwi kids.
Featuring stunning photography of our extraordinary wildlife and scenic landscapes taken by some of our leading nature photographers - our calendars bring a bit of New Zealand nature into your home or office, for a whole 12 months.
Worldwide, coal is the biggest single contributor to the ongoing climate crisis and to increasing levels of ocean acidity. But here in New Zealand, is coal mining a sunset industry – oris it a phoenix rising?
A complete revision of the best-selling, award-winning landmark book of New Zealand's native trees.
A beautifully illustrated chronicle of five decades of tramping and adventuring in New Zealand's Southern Alps.
A handbook that aims to inspire kids to become empowered ans involved in protecting our environment.
Margaret Tolland's circular paintings are illustrations seen through the lens of some of the environmental champions connected to Zealandia. Margaret is inspired by and cerates beautifully detailed and rich illustrations that feature many of the unique endemic species of Aotearoa.
The kākā population is starting to thrive in our capital city. Don't live there? Show your friends and family how incredible this quirky parrot is by wearing this t-shirt and supporting Forest & Bird's conservation work.