A tote bag made from recycled t-shirts with one of our favourite native bird designs; what more could you want?!
Honeywrap was inspired by nature and a passion for making a difference by reducing the amount of plastic on the planet. Each beeswax wrap is made in NZ from GOTS certified organic cotton -and natural ingredients. They're reusable, sustainable and offer a natural alternative to plastic food wrap.
300 Piece New Zealand native bird puzzle - fun for the whole family!
Margaret Tolland's cards come in a pack of 4 and are inspired by Aotearoa's colour groupings. These mandala-like illustrations depict some of Margaret's favourite species: the Kōkako, Kahukura (Red Admiral), Pūriri Moth, and Archey's Frog.
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.
A revised-edition of the best-selling guide to 100 of the best short walks around the country. An absolute must for anyone wanting to set out for a day and see New Zealand's unique landscapes and scenery.
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.
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.
Forest & Bird is New Zealand’s longest-running conservation magazine and is packed with interesting news and features about nature and Forest & Bird’s work to protect it.
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.
Based on a true story - the adventures of Percy the Penguin