Hand Illustrated
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Wildlife Gift Products
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Hand Illustrated Blank Cards

Greetings Cards inspired by the great outdoors.

 

Unframed prints

Get the natural look anywhere
with our British wildlife prints

 

Bug Hunting kits

Hugely popular and available
for retailers to buy online

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Love Learning About British Wildlife

Bring a little of the outdoors inside with our Wonderful Wildlife products.

Using a small selection of our existing library of over 1,000 British Wildlife hand painted illustrations, we have created attractive gift products for retailers. Our current collection includes a wide range of illustrated blank greetings, A3 unframed British wildlife posters and our Bug Box to help more intrepid explorers to explore the outdoors and find what bugs live nearby.

All bought to life by the talented brush strokes of Lyn Merrick. All products are designed and produced in the UK.

Wonderful Wildlife illustrations. Now captured in our products.

  • Unframed A3 Poster of i for Insects

    Available to Retailers only
  • British Bug Box – Be A Nature Detective

    Rated 5.00 out of 5
    Available to Retailers only
  • Hand Illustrated Yellow Iris Card

    Available to Retailers only
  • Hand Illustrated Honeysuckle Card

    Available to Retailers only
  • Hand Illustrated Clustered Bellflower Card

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  • Hand Illustrated Birds’s Foot Trefoil Card

    Available to Retailers only
  • Hand Illustrated Bee Orchid Card

    Available to Retailers only
  • Hand Illustrated Hawthorn Shieldbug Card

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  • Hand Illustrated 7 – Spot Ladybird Card

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  • Hand Illustrated Green Tiger Beetle Card

    Available to Retailers only
  • Hand Illustrated Common Wasp Card

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  • Hand Illustrated Cardinal Beetle Card

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  • Hand Illustrated Cep Card

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  • Hand Illustrated Shaggy Ink Cap Card

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  • Hand Illustrated Ochre Brittle Card

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Meet the artist

Lyn is somewhat of a veteran of the ecological and environmental world, inspired by both the natural world, and the challenges of teaching the smallest of minds about the tiny insects, animals, plants and fungi, that call our woodlands, gardens and parks their home. More…
British Yellow Ladybird Oak leaf illustration by Lyn Merrick
22 – Spot Ladybird loves to eat mildew from low growing plants and the surface of the soil.
The Painted Lady flies to Britain from North Africa and Southern France to breed in the summer.
British Oak leaf illustration by Lyn Merrick
English Oak trees are great for wildlife, with an abundance of insects living on leaves, buds and acorns.
Bumble bee facts and illustration
The Bumble Bee is the largest of Britain’s 18 species of bee.
Foxglove illustration by Lyn Merrick
Foxgloves are a source of digitoxin, a chemical that has been used as a heart stimulant drug since 1785.
Earwig illustration by Lyn Merrick
An Earwig folds its wings about 40 times in order to fit them under their tiny wing case.

Our inspiration is all around us

The latest news from our blog

‘Old Bats’ Nature Blog, December 2017

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December 2017 Sparrow Hawks   The numerous bird feeders which I provide for the birds, also provides an attraction for the Sparrowhawks. Like every living thing it needs to find...

‘Old Bats’ Nature Blog, November 2017

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November 2017 Squirrels I not only have a garden full of various bird feeders, I have a row of them suspended from two large trees in the wood. Gradually, the ordinary...

‘Old Bats’ Nature Blog, October 2017

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October 2017 Blackberry.  The humble Blackberry or Bramble, that vengeful plant that borders rural tracks and sends prickly stems across the path, just waiting for the joy of tripping someone...
Facts about British Woodlouse, illustration by Lyn Merrick
Woodlouse semi – curl when threatened and like to live in dark, damp places.
Woodlouse semi curl up when threatened and like to live in dark, damp places.
British primrose illustration by Lyn Merrick
Primroses are native to Britain and Europe and are commonly found in hedge banks, roadsides and woodlands.
British Bee Orchid illustration by Lyn Merrick
Bee Orchids produce flowers that resembles a bee, to trick the male bees into thinking they can mate with a female bee.
Scotts Pine illustration by Lyn Merrick
Scots Pine – Female flowers turn green and develop into cones.
British Orange butterfly illustration by Lyn Merrick
The Orange Tip male has orange-tipped wings, while the female is all white & often mistaken for a Small White butterfly.
British Millipead illustration by Lyn Merrick
Millipedes have two pairs of legs on each body segment and curls up when threatened.