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Want to send a message to someone special this Valentines Day? We have a selection of E-cards available for the wildlife lover in your life! Without the cost of production & packaging, your donation to help Devon's wildlife goes further.

Your support will help us put nature into recovery. Our projects across Devon aim to restore degraded landscapes and seas, recreate wildlife habitat, reintroduce key species that have become locally extinct and properly protect the species that we still have. Without your support, none of this would be possible.

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