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Winter scarves with an animal magic

PUBLISHED: 20:21 13 January 2015 | UPDATED: 20:21 13 January 2015

The perfect accessory, this oversized Delta scarf (240cm x 140cm) can be worn as a sarong or beach cover up

The perfect accessory, this oversized Delta scarf (240cm x 140cm) can be worn as a sarong or beach cover up

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Wrap up warm this winter in one of these beautiful animal print scarves - safe in the knowledge that you're also raising money for a good cause.

We love the design of this Tiger Lines scarf (180cm x  95cm)We love the design of this Tiger Lines scarf (180cm x 95cm)

Featuring striking images by Emily Lamb, the eldest granddaughter of wildlife artist and conservationist David Shepherd CBE, the scarves are available through the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation, either via their website or at their Shalford base.

And, what is more, 40% of the money goes to support wildlife conservation projects in Africa and Asia.

“Africa, its people and its wildlife inspire me and, through art as my first love, it is a privilege to be able to share what it is that inspires me,” says Emily. “Giving some- thing back to the conservation of African wildlife through my art is a legacy from my artist grandfather and one I am honoured to continue.”

Made from cotton voile, the scarves come in various designs, and there is even a neckerchief available for the gentlemen.

• David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation, 7 Kings Road, Shalford GU4 8JU. Tel: 01483 272323. Alternatively, you can order online at shop.davidshepherd.org/artist/emily-lamb and thiswaytoheaven.com

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