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Newspaper  Newsletter (brain poke)

I have an admission to make.  It's confession time.  I've been publishing this thing since June 2000.  It's currently enjoyed by thousands of wildlife watchers, nature group leaders, teachers and conservation professionals.  But it's time to come clean.  It isn't really a newsletter!

So what is it?  Well we call it a "newsletter", but it's really a "brain poke".  It's a little nudge on your memory.  A monthly reminder that lets you know what's happening in the great outdoors.  It tells you about all of the animals and plants you're likely to encounter each month in the wilds of the UK.

It'll point you to links on the UK Safari website so you can choose which ones are of most interest to you, and visit them when you have a few minutes to spare.

Try it Out

Just fill in the green box on the right.  It won't cost you a penny.  If you don't like it, you can just click the unsubscribe link which comes inside every message.  I'll NEVER share your email address with anyone, for any reason, at any time.  Ask around.

Do you already get too many emails?  Of course you do.  We all do.  That's why you'll only get one message a month.  Now, be honest, you can handle one little poke a month can't you?

What's the Catch?

There's no catch, but I hope the news updates will keep you coming back to the UK Safari site.  If you do, there's a chance you might be tempted to buy something, or just feel sorry for me and send me a big bag of money (optional but highly recommended).

What do people think of UK Safari News?

• "Can't be beaten in my book. keep up the good work" - Bob Williams

• "I love getting your e-mails" - Lesley Leahy

• "I usually check out every link." - Andrew Haertling

• "It tells me things which don't always appear in the guide books" - Mike Crewe

• "The newsletter is perfect" - Tim Cronin

None of these people were paid, brainwashed, drunk or tortured in any way before giving their testimonials

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