High-flying Jay Christmas card: Wildlife Photographer of the Year 57
Take their breath away this Christmas with a greetings card featuring High-flying Jay by Lasse Kurkela from the Wildlife Photographer of the Year 57 exhibition.
Siberian jays use old trees as larders. Their sticky saliva helps them glue food such as seeds, berries, small rodents and insects high up in the holes and crevices of the bark and among hanging lichens.
The Christmas card is printed in Britain using compostable inks on sustainably sourced cardboard certified by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC). The starch packaging is also compostable.