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Trees for Wildlife Cards - 10 pack

Trees for Wildlife Cards - 10 pack

$39.99 per set

This holiday season, give more than a holiday card. Give the gift of a tree by purchasing our Trees for Wildlife™ boxed card sets. Each card includes an inside message that states, "In celebration of the holidays and beyond, a tree is being planted in your honor." One tree is planted for each card in the pack. 10 pack includes two cards each of five designs. All images are from the National Wildlife Federation Photo Contest.

Photo Credits: J.K. Putnam (tree); William Drake (pine marten); Philippe Henry (bear); Chuck Murphy (cardinal); Dave Welling (eagle)

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4.5 (based on 4 reviews)

100% of reviewer would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • beautfiul (1)
  • Great for the environment (2)
  • Recipients will be impressed (2)

Cons

  • not notified when item shipped (1)

Best Uses

  • birthday (1)
  • Christmas (2)
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4.0
Solid choice

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from Detroit

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  • Christmas

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Product Comments: The cards themselves are fine, nothing extraordinary, but exactly what you see. Many of my friends, with short attention spans, will never read through the back (3 paragraphs) to see that a little extra was paid to help the environment. But I know. They're made in the US (hopefully meaning the environment and employees were treated well). Nothing indicates the cards, envelopes or box in which they come are made from recycled paper or whatever the ink is that's meant to be better for the environment. The cards have the responsible forestry label.

Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

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5.0
Plant trees and stay in touch with friends

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from Zanesville, OH

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Product Comments: Nice cards and honoring friends at the same time. Will do it again.

Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

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5.0
Wonderful gift

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from Pennsylvania

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  • Great for the environment
  • Recipients will be impressed
  • beautfiul

Cons

  • not notified when item shipped

Best Uses

  • Christmas
  • birthday

Comments about Shop NWF - D2C for Trees for Wildlife Cards - 10 pack:

Product Comments: These cards are of very high quality and it's very touching to know a tree was planted in your honor. I would always prefer to see a gift for me benefit the environment, and I'm sure the recipients of these cards will feel the same way.

Service Comments: Took a while to ship and did not receive notice when shipping was done.

Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

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4.0
Classy cards

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from San Diego

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  • Recipients will be impressed
  • Great for the environment

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Product Comments: Fast, efficient delivery

Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

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Q: Are the cards made of recycle paper and environmental friendly ink?
Asked on Nov 08, 2018 07:13:30 AM by Nidia Torres from FL
Q: Hello, I think that these cards are a wonderful idea for a holiday gift. They have great photography and a message that can inspire reflection about what it means to give back to nature. My question has to do with the trees themselves. Is emphasis placed on planting trees that are native to a particular area? Are these tree plantings part of any ecological restoration projects? Thank you in advance, and happy holidays to all!
Asked on Nov 21, 2017 20:28:20 PM by Brian Diaz from Hialeah, Florida
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