At Paloma Pottery, we’re looking towards the future and celebrating National Wildlife Week with a special Sale on our Wild Animal Tie Tack Pins. Horse lovers and other animal lovers will find our adorable tie tack pins on sale - available in the bear cub, stately duck, watery fish and nearly a dozen other wild animals. Capturing the hearts of all ages, these fancy gleaming talisman are small and lightweight, packed with vibrant originality. Great gift for teachers, kids and animal lovers. Wild animal handmade glass pins are Now on Sale through the month of March to celebrate all animals and the environments in which they live.
What is National Wildlife Week?
Borrowed from the National Wildlife Federation Website:
Since 1938, National Wildlife Week has been essential to wildlife conservation, bringing awareness about the issue to people of all ages. Observing National Wildlife Week is a time to honor wildlife, bring communities together through service, ignite the minds of children and adults, and instill an absolute love of nature.
Why Celebrate National Wildlife Week?
An easy way to participate in this week-long event is by making time for outdoor play and interaction with the natural world. Research shows that a daily Green Hour® improves one’s physical, mental and emotional well-being. This is especially important for children who typically spend hours in front of electronic media. Additionally, families and communities connected to nature raise healthier kids and inspire a life-long appreciation of wildlife and the environment.
How Do I Get Started?
The National Wildlife Week website offers resources for kids, teens, parents, and educators to make spending time outdoors easier than ever. Download free activities and games, Wildlife Watch lists of local plants and animals, environmental service project ideas, and fact sheets about the benefits of playing outside.
National Wildlife Federation welcomes you to join us during this annual celebration.
For questions about National Wildlife Week, email firstname.lastname@example.org