We are excited to announce the publication of the 29th edition of the Wild Nature Diary and Calendar.
It is early September and time to walk in the late summer oak woods. An old stone packhorse bridge is the doorway. Crystal clear water from the burn beneath tumbles over boulders. A dipper whirrs past like an arrow. Leaves are already russet tinted by unseasonal warmth. Tall willowherbs line the track sending feathered seeds aloft. Goodbye summer, hello golden season and blackberries and webs and cool morning mist.
It is with great pleasure to announce the publication of our annual Wild Nature Diary and Calendar 2024. The John Muir Trust are celebrating their 40th Anniversary this year. Congratulations to them, we are proud to have been partners for nearly 30 of those years.
Each year we introduce new photographers to our pages, exemplifying our dedication to fostering a variety of perspectives. Their craft and their extraordinary talent for capturing awe-inspiring moments in the natural world are a delight to explore each year.
We would like to say a big thank you to all our customers, and are offering 10% discount on all multiple purchases. This is a great way to share both the Wild Nature Diary and Wild Nature Calendar with friends and family. Our Wild Nature Diary and Calendar 2024 is available to buy now at wild-nature.co.uk
I hope you enjoy the magnificence of wild nature; its landscapes, seasons, plant life and creatures in these pages, throughout the year.
With a foreword by songwriter, singer and storyteller Karine Polwart, the Diary 2024 is presented in a clear, week-to-view design with informative captions, showcasing the work of Britain's top nature and landscape photographers in a superb collection that truly represents the atmosphere and moods of our wild places. The Calendar 2024 contains 12 stunning images with a clear, easy to use design to enhance any wall in the home or office.
Both publications are printed in UK, we no longer use plastic in our packaging, and our paper is sourced from sustainably managed forests.
Our Wild Nature Diary and Calendar is produced in partnership with Scotland’s leading wild land conservation charity, the John Muir Trust. The Trust works alongside communities nationwide, to connect people with wild places, campaign to protect those places, and restore and rewild land for the common good.
We hope you find insight and inspiration in these pages as we look ahead to the coming year.