Four Seasons

Finland – Graphic designer Stiina Hovi has designed a stamp series featuring Finnish nature and its four seasons. Four different stamps will be published in the requested stamp roll and they will be accepted for domestic deliveries. The 100-stamp rollRead More

#TBT – Wildlife in Norway I 2006

Norway – The Lynx (Lynx lynx) is Norway’s only wild member of the cat family. It is found virtually all over the country. It prefers inaccessible terrain that is steep and rocky. Here the lynx makes full use of itsRead More

#TBT – Endangered Species Giant Panda

#TBT  #Guernsey #Goingbackto2013issues There is only one species of Giant Panda. A member of the bear family, the Giant Panda is the only species in its genus. The animals have the digestive system of a carnivore, but have adapted to aRead More

Life in the North Sea

Netherlands – On 17 July 2017, PostNL will issue the Life in the North Sea stamp sheetlet, with illustrations of plants and animals that live in the North Sea region. The illustrations were made by four scientific illustrators from the Naturalis BiodiversityRead More

Oak Tree

Austria – On the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the Austrian Federal Forestry Office, which was taken out of the national budget and re-established as a joint stock company in 1997, Austrian Post has come up with something very unusualRead More

2017 World Heritage – UNESCO Along the Silk Roads

United Nations – The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) seeks to encourage the identification, protection and preservation of cultural and natural heritage around the world that are of outstanding value to humanity. This is embodied in anRead More

Alderney Coastal Eclipses

Alderney – To mark the next total solar eclipse on 21 August 2017, when all of North America will be fortunate enough to witness an eclipse of the Sun, we’ve depicted six coastal locations that will be treated to aRead More

Mediterranean Trees

Croatia – The renowned wild olive groves of Lun occupy the furthest tip of the Island of Pag, from the Cape of Saint Martin to Dudi?, and further along Gager, Jakišnica and Staniš?e. There are around 80,000 autochthonous trees onRead More

19th International Botanical Congress in Shenzhen (PRC)

Kyrgyzstan Kyrgyzstan KEP – On July 7th 2017 the State Committee for Information Technology and Communications of the Kyrgyz Republic puts into circulation a series of Kyrgyz Express Post postage stamps: “19th International Botanical Congress in Shenzhen (PRC)”. Plants playRead More

Joint issue Kyrgyzstan-Belarus – Horses

Kyrgyzstan KEP – On June 30th the State Committee for Information Technology and Communications of the Kyrgyz Republic puts into circulation new issue of Kyrgyz Express Post stamps. For the first time in the history of KEP, stamps are producedRead More

A Harvest of Cereals

France – Book of 12 postage stamps with permanent validity at the rate of the priority letter for letters up to 20 g destined for France. Format of the notebook: 256 mm x 54 mm Here is a notebook forRead More

Coastal Birds of the Isle of Man by Jeremy Paul

Isle of Man – Jeremy Paul stamps celebrating the conservation work of Manx BirdLife. We are honoured to present this set of six stamps featuring the work of renowned local wildlife artist Jeremy Paul. This, our eleventh stamp issue withRead More

Tree leaves – Birch

Andorra (Spain) – Nature is undoubtedly one of the most important values ??in the Principality of Andorra, which is why it has been reproduced regularly in the philatelic emissions of the Principality. To these emissions, a new Fulles d’Arbre seriesRead More

Durrell & Darwin – 25 Years of the Darwin Initiative

Jersey – Durrell, Jersey’s famous Wildlife Conservation Trust and Zoo, was established by naturalist and author, Gerald Durrell OBE in 1959. During the course of its conservation programme, Durrell has partnered with the Darwin Initiative – a United Kingdom GovernmentRead More