|The cheery robin with its red-breast is one of our best known birds. The robin is easily identifiable, which helps its popularity. A gift for a nature or bird lover to brighten up any home. And the good news is that there are plenty of robin gifts about, so here are just a few gift ideas for robin lovers from the RSPB Shop! Help nature while you shop for gifts!|
The original postmen were called robins becuase of their red jackets. This beautiful Padraig Robin doorstop is a very colourful gift to add to a home, with the red breast and hat. I can just imagine this robin welcoming people in to a social occasion! He looks so smart, and he's made of top quality fabric. He's 26 cm tall.
You can get him from the RSPB Shop for £29.99. I think this doorstop would make a fun addition to the home, especially around Christmas!
|Here's a very pretty robin mug and tea tray, ideal for serving mugs, cups and/or snacks. The robin mug is made in the UK from delicate, bone china. It's gift boxed, dishwasher and microwave safe. I love the colours - this would be great for tucking into a mug of tea and mince pies, or Christmas shortbread. All for £12.99 from the RSPB Shop|
What about the RSPB Robins 2020 Slim Wall Calendar?
There's a new robin photo for each month, all from the RSPB images library.
The calendar is £6, but buy two RSPB slim wall calendars for £10, and you can get £2 off. This offer ends on 5 January 2020, and is subject to availability.
Fly off to take a closer look here on the RSPB website, and please note their comment about the May bank holiday (the one that got swapped from the 4th to the 8th to mark the annivsary of VE day - the calendar was printed before this change was announced).
Want to get shopping for Christmas cards and have a cheerful robin on the front?
Well, the RSPB has a number of delightful Christmas cards - and what's more, they have a special offer on!
Save £1 when you buy any two packs of Christmas cards!
This offer is open until 5 January 2020 and is subject to availability.
I got some cards from the RSPB last year for Christmas, and I was really pleased with them.
Marianne Taylor gives an account of the robins' life cycle, behaviour and breeding, what they eat and how they hold their territories. The book has eye-catching colour photography and informative expert text - it could be a great gift for anyone who wants to discover more about robins.