Share this project

Done

Share this project

Done
A series of short films to inspire young people's passion for nature, and an interest in science and learning.
69 backers pledged £11,233 to help bring this project to life.

About

Weird and Wonderful Pets - inspiring passion for nature project video thumbnail
Replay with sound
Play with
sound

£11,233

69

Note: Although this project will be completed in the UK, the resulting films will be a free online resource intended to inspire millions of young people across the world. Please support this project regardless of where you are from, as the output is intended to benefit young people across the globe, including in your neighbourhood.

WHAT WE WANT TO DO

We will make ten films, each 5-7 minutes long, with up to thirty more planned if the stretch budget is raised. Each film will be targeted specifically towards young people (6-18 years old) and will reveal an amazing range of exotic pets that they can keep at home safely and legally. 

We want to inspire passion and interest in young people for the natural world. By introducing them to an amazing range of creatures that they can keep at home, we hope to make the next generation passionate and excited about wildlife through personal experience, driving them towards studying science, especially biology, ecology and conservation.

Every penny raised here will be used to create this webseries of films - the more that we can raise, the greater the number of films that we can make and the better they will be. 

How many times have you heard that "young people only care about computer games and social media and aren't interested in the great outdoors" - well it's time to change that!

This project really matters - never before have young people been so disconnected from nature, but never has passion for wildlife and conservation been so sorely needed!  

The films we create will be a free online resource available to everyone to watch and enjoy. We hope they will be particularly useful to schools and educators across the planet! 

The target age group of 6-18 might seem like a broad category, but we will make each film engaging, entertaining, enthusiastic and informative. Each subject will be treated sensibly, but with passion, and we believe this will capture the interest of young people of all backgrounds and ages. 

THE WEIRD AND WONDERFUL PETS   

We have carefully selected groups of exotic and unusual creatures which can be safely and legally reared at home. Most are widely available in many countries and can be sourced ethically and sustainably from specialist breeders without any negative impact on wild populations. 

Each "weird and wonderful pets" episode introduces young naturalists to different zoological families and biological themes (e.g. metamorphosis, camouflage etc.).

A breakdown is provided below.

STRUCTURE OF EACH FILM   

Each film will be 5-7 minutes long, presented by Stewart McPherson (presenter of the BBC's Britain's Treasure Islands), and shot in a studio setting. The films will be concise, entertaining, punchy and visually stunning. They will be aimed at inspiring young audiences and filling viewers with passion, also providing key information and knowledge. 

All of the films will follow the same basic structure: 

  • 1 minute introducing each weird and wonderful pet.
  • 2-3 minutes about basic biology, ecology, behaviour and diversity (covering key subjects such as hunting behaviour, camouflage, metamorphosis etc.).
  • 2-3 minutes of instructions and tips on how to keep and care for each pet.
  • Where applicable, 30 seconds to 1 minute covering conservation status in the wild and threats that they face. 

EXAMPLE FILM: Stick and Leaf Insects - Masters of Disguise  

  • 1 min - introducing one of nature's masters of disguise (close up macro shots) and their camouflage, which makes them the best mimics of sticks, leaves and even twigs on the ground. Origins of the English name.
  • 2 mins, 30 secs - explanation of reasons for camouflage and diversity of species worldwide, showing the most weird and wonderful examples - from gigantic, thin, 60 cm long Phobaeticus, to armored Eurycantha, prickly, but beautiful Extatosoma, to bright green, giant Heteropteryx, rainbow-coloured Oreophoetes and unbelievable leaf-mimic Phyllium. Each one type explained and the reasons for its unique characteristics briefly explored. Each species builds excitement and amazement at the diversity of forms and adaptations!
  • 3 mins - we then look at the easiest-to-keep species, how to hatch eggs, rear nymphs, what foliage is required for feeding, temperature ranges, humidity, life spans and how to breed and collect eggs. We then a look at some of the more challenging species and their requirements in culture. 
  • 30 secs - overview of life in the wild and threats to their survival (deforestation and habitat loss), as well as information on how to obtain them ethically from breeders (with listings on the www.weirdandwonderfulpets.com website).

We believe that each film will REALLY excite young minds, make them more passionate about nature and more eager to learn more about the fields of biology, ecology, science and conservation. Each film will build on the last.

Weird and Wonderful Pets
Weird and Wonderful Pets

WHERE WILL THE FILMS GO?

The website www.weirdandwonderfulpets.com will be set up to host the films that are made. All of the films will also be available for download from the site free of charge.

All of the films will also be released on Youtube, Facebook, Twitter and through other social media platforms.

Individuals, conservation organisations, schools and zoos (and everyone else) will be free to download the films, re-post them on their websites, and use them to educate the public about weird and wonderful pets!

BUDGET GOAL

We want to make these films as professionally as possible, but also extremely cost-effectively. They will take months of planning and hard work to complete.

A truly incredible team of professional film-makers with decades of experience is behind this project, and will offer their services, expertise and state of the art camera and editing equipment at a fraction of the commercial rates because they believe in the importance of these films and want them to succeed (see Team section below). 

The resulting films will be made to the highest standards - they will be shot on state-of-the-art 6K cameras (Red Weapon) in a studio setting.

The goal of this KickStarter campaign is to raise £11,000 to make the following ten films:

  • 1. butterflies and moths
  • 2. stick and leaf insects 
  • 3. mantises 
  • 4. giant millipedes 
  • 5. tropical arrow frogs 
  • 6. harmless snakes 
  • 7. jewel beetles 
  • 8. land hermit crabs 
  • 9. tree frogs 
  • 10. chameleons 

Filming will require up to 10 days, with up to 15 days editing and post production. 

We have negotiated rates down as much as possible, and need to raise: 

  • Studio hire  (£100 per day) up to 10 days: £1,000
  • Lighting hire (£67.50 per day) up to 10 days: £675 
  • Studio assistant / runner (£40 per day) up to 10 days: £400
  • Cameraman (£120 per day) up to 10 days: £1,200
  • Camera hire (£100 per day) up to 10 days: £1,000 
  • Director whilst filming (£120 per day) up to 10 days: £1,200
  • Editor + editing equipment (£170 per day) up to 15 days: £2,550 
  • Logistics in borrowing / returning livestock from breeders: £500
  • Music: £500
  • Recording narration: £300
  • Setting up a website: £500
  • Kickstarter fees (5%) / payment processing (approx 4%): £900

TOTAL: £10,725

STRETCH BUDGET  

Should we be lucky enough to exceed our fundraising goals, we intend to make up to 30 additional weird and wonderful pet films. If we reach £35,000, we can make the original 10 films and the 30 below: 

  • 11. geckos  
  • 12. iguanas and dragons
  • 13. Triops tadpole shrimps
  • 14. axolotls 
  • 15. tarantulas
  • 16. scorpions
  • 17. fiddler crabs
  • 18. salamanders
  • 19. giant land snails
  • 20. tropical freshwater fish 
  • 21. tropical marine fish
  • 22. freshwater lobsters
  • 23. sea horses
  • 24. land crabs
  • 25. mudskippers 
  • 26. carnivorous plants
  • 27. orchid terrariums
  • 28. silk worms
  • 29. bush crickets and katydids 
  • 30. harmless piranhas 
  • 31. whip scorpions 
  • 32. locusts and crickets 
  • 33. water bugs 
  • 34. assassin bugs 
  • 35. terrapins and freshwater turtles 
  • 36. giant beetles 
  • 37. hissing cockroaches. 
  • 37. giant stick insects
  • 39. giant butterflies and moths
  • 40. leaf-tailed geckos

THE STUDIO SETTING  

The premise of the Weird and Wonderful Pet films is to show young people the mini-zoo of amazing creatures that they can keep at home in their bedrooms. To this end, we will construct a visually beautiful, explorer-style room in a studio located in Bristol, England. This will give the films an exciting and mysterious 'explorer' undertone to capture the imaginations of young people.

The team behind this project successfully constructed a similar studio setting for the opening sequences of Stewart McPherson's recent BBC series Britain's Treasure Islands. We will build a similar studio, with walls of tanks and enclosures in the background as the setting for these films. 

ABOVE: A photo of the studio in Bristol which the production team created for Stewart McPherson's recent TV series Britain's Treasure Islands. A similar "explorer's" studio will be created to form the setting for the Weird and Wonderful Pet films.

THIS APPROACH WORKS   

We know that this approach works.

Stewart McPherson's last Kickstarter project involved creating a series of short films showcasing the wildlife of the UK Overseas Territories.

The films created from that project can be viewed online.

These films were launched in April 2016, and some of them have already received over a quarter of a million hits, e.g.:

The Weird and Wonderful Pets films appeal to a much broader audience base and we believe they will be watched many millions of times and play a major role in inspiring young people across the planet to become engaged with nature and more aware of current conservation issues. 

THE TEAM

The team behind this project brings together decades of experience in the wildlife film-making industry and state of the art camera equipment. Producer Steve Nicholls and cameraman Kevin Flay have been involved in creating many of the biggest TV wildlife series of the past decades for the BBC and channels across the globe. Both Steve and Kevin have too many TV credits and documentary awards to list here, but a full listing is available on www.weirdandwonderfulpets.com  

The Weird and Wonderful Pet films will be made to the highest standards, and are intended to be as sleek and beautiful as the wildlife documentary series seen on mainstream TV channels. 

Here is an overview of the team:

STEWART MCPHERSON (project manager and presenter) 

Stewart McPherson
Stewart McPherson

Stewart is an award winning author of natural history books and the presenter of numerous wildlife documentaries broadcast on the BBC and internationally. He spent 8 years climbing 300 mountains across the world (some previously unexplored) to study and photograph carnivorous plants to complete a series of 25 books. During his travels, he discovered and named 35 new species and varieties of carnivorous plants, including two of the largest pitcher plants ever discovered, one of which, named after Sir David Attenborough, was declared the most important new species of 2009 by an American University. For his most recent TV series, he visited all of the UK Overseas Territories scattered across all Seven Seas. He directed and presented the resulting 4-part wildlife series titled Britain’s Treasure Islands and wrote the accompanying book by the same name. Stewart organised and successfully completed a previous Kickstarter project to make educational films from the unused footage from the Britain’s Treasure Islands TV series. He founded ArkofLife.net to safeguard species extinct in the wild and has raised and donated more than £30,000 for conservation. He has received international awards for his conservation work including, most recently, the IUCN David Given Award for Excellence in Plant Conservation.

STEVE NICHOLLS (producer and editor) 

Steve Nicholls (left) and Kevin Flay (right)
Steve Nicholls (left) and Kevin Flay (right)

Steve is a multi-award winning freelance producer and director of nearly 30 years’ experience. He holds a PhD in entomology from the University of Bristol and is a Fellow of the Royal Entomological Society. He worked as a research scientist for six years at the University of Bristol in the Zoology and Physics Departments before leaving to join the BBC’s Natural History Unit. He spent 10 years producing films and series at the BBC NHU, followed by three years at Partridge Films. Following that he set up Burning Gold Productions with Victoria Coules and together they ran this independent production company for more than 10 years. In 2010 he joined Parthenon Entertainment which was subsequently acquired by BSkyB in 2012, and then became Warehouse 51 Productions in 2014, where he was the Senior Executive Producer. He is now co-owner of Hooded Crow Pictures, enabling him to operate as a freelance producer and director. He is also an award-winning wildlife stills photographer and Vice Chairman of Avon Wildlife Trust. In 2009 he wrote the highly regarded "Paradise Found" for the University of Chicago Press.

SELECTED CREDITS FROM MAJOR BBC SERIES: 

  • Alien Empire – A journey to the World of Insects  
  • Land of the Eagle – a natural history of North America 
  • Atlantic Realm – 3 parts on the natural history of the Atlantic Ocean 
  • The Living Isles – an exploration of Britain’s natural history, from the end of the Ice Age to the present day. 

KEVIN FLAY (cameraman) 

Kevin Flay filming orchids
Kevin Flay filming orchids

Kevin has been a wildlife cameraman for over 25 years and has worked in every imaginable environment across 50 countries, from 20,000 ft up in the Andes to the shores of the Dead Sea, and from the Arctic to the Amazon rainforest. Mainly working for the BBC Natural History Unit, he has been involved in many of their landmark series such as Trials of Life, Blue Planet, Alien Empire, Life in the Undergrowth, Life in Cold Blood, Nature of Britain, Wild Down Under, Life, and Wild Madagascar. He has also been involved in the Unit's two main strands over the past twenty years, Natural World and Wildlife on One. In addition to his BBC work he has worked on projects for National Geographic, Discovery Channel, Animal Planet, Smithsonian Networks and ORF, Austria.

SELECTED CREDITS FROM MAJOR BBC SERIES:

  • Trials of Life (presented by David Attenborough)
  • Life in Cold Blood (presented by David Attenborough)
  • Life in the Undergrowth (presented by David Attenborough)
  • The Hunt (narrated by David Attenborough)
  • Life Stories (narrated by David Attenborough) 
  • Life (narrated by David Attenborough)
  • Planet Earth II (still shooting)
Kevin Flay and Stewart McPherson filming pitcher plants in Borneo
Kevin Flay and Stewart McPherson filming pitcher plants in Borneo

BOOK

A Weird and Wonderful Pets book will be produced alongside the films for distribution across the world. The publisher, Redfern Natural History Productions, has already offered a contract for the book. 

The book will be a full colour work aimed at young people and intended to accompany the online films. It will showcase and explore each group of weird and wonderful pets in greater detail and provide more specific rearing and breeding advice and information.

Redfern published the book that accompanies Stewart McPherson's last Kickstarter project (see www.britainstreasureislands.com/books-dvds ), and managed to secure sponsorship from a London-based philanthropist to send one copy to every secondary school across the UK to educate millions of students. 

We hope to secure similar sponsorship to donate copies of the Weird and Wonderful Pets book to schools in countries across the globe.

Regardless of sponsorship, the Weird and Wonderful Pets book forms an important element of the system of rewards that we are offering to supporters of this project. 

 

The Comet moth (Argema mittrei) or Madagascan moon moth
The Comet moth (Argema mittrei) or Madagascan moon moth

 

The dyeing dart frog (Dendrobates tinctorius)
The dyeing dart frog (Dendrobates tinctorius)

 

The prickly stick insect (Extatosoma tiaratum)
The prickly stick insect (Extatosoma tiaratum)

 

WHY DOES THIS MATTER?

This project really matters. We hope to touch millions of young lives through this project and inspire young people across the globe to become passionate about wildlife, interested in learning about biology and science, and actively engaged in conservation issues. We hope to help nurture the next generation of nature enthusiasts and conservationists - please help us to achieve this goal!

CONSERVATION AND ETHICS

While we want to inspire young people to become actively engaged in nature and to encourage further learning about science and conservation, we absolutely do not wish to impact upon wild populations of any animal or plant in any way, and certainly do not wish to promote poaching of exotic animals.  

All animals used for filming will be borrowed from a network of ethical livestock breeders in the UK, and all of the films will end in conservation messages relating to the species documented (for example the arrow frogs will include a message concerning the impact of habitat loss and the chytrid fungus epidemic in the wild).  

We will list recommended suppliers on the Weird and Wonderful Pets website. Those suppliers will consist of ethical breeders who multiply pets sustainably in captivity without any impact on wild populations. 

In addition to the main Weird and Wonderful Pet films, we also intend to film an interview-style piece as an introduction to the series of films. This will address subjects relating to conservation and ethics, specifically explaining the need to purchase livestock only from ethical suppliers. None of the species covered in these films are potentially invasive in the UK or most other cool-temperate countries, but the subject of never releasing pets into the wild and the dangers of invasive species will also be addressed.

WHAT IS OUR TIMELINE?  

If this campaign is successful, we plan to film the ten films during November/December 2016 and edit them during January 2017 for launch in March 2017 along with the launch of the Weird and Wonderful Pets book. 

If we exceed our funding goals and can create more than ten films, we will require a little more time to complete filming and editing, but will aim to launch all of the documentaries around June/July 2017. 

APART FROM PLEDGING, IS THERE ANYTHING ELSE I CAN DO TO HELP?  

Yes! Get involved and spread the word! If you pledge, we will send you links to draft (pre-release) versions of the film to watch online. We would love your thoughts and feedback.  

Also, support our campaign. Tell your friends, tell your family, tell anyone and everyone – tell the world! Shout about our project from the rooftops! Or, failing that, Tweet and Facebook a link to this page!

Parson's chameleon (Calumma parsonii)
Parson's chameleon (Calumma parsonii)

  

Pachnoda marginata beetles
Pachnoda marginata beetles

 

Leaf tailed Gecko (Uroplatus fimbriatus)
Leaf tailed Gecko (Uroplatus fimbriatus)

WHAT HAPPENS IF YOU DON'T REACH YOUR TARGET?

We don't get a penny. Kickstarter is an all-or-nothing platform, so if we don't reach our goal, then we can't make the films. So please do help in any way you can, from giving us a donation to spreading the word – it all helps! 

HOW COME YOU'RE ASKING FOR SUCH A SMALL AMOUNT OF MONEY? 

We know the exact costs for creating the studio setting, filming and editing these short films. We have negotiated incredibly low rates on all costs, and have access to the required equipment for free or at extremely low cost. We are certain that we can create these films on the budget outlined above.

WHAT WILL I GET IF I HELP YOU? 

 Well... we have developed the list of rewards on the right! There are some wonderful rewards which we hope you will enjoy! 

 WHAT IF I DON'T WANT A REWARD, I JUST WANT TO HELP?  

Then you are just awesome! Thank you so much for believing in us! 

SOUNDS GOOD, BUT I'D LIKE TO SPEAK TO YOU 

It would be a pleasure to speak - please email the team via project manager Stewart McPherson - stewart*at*mcpherson.net 

READ MORE

www.weirdandwonderfulpets.com 

www.stewartmcpherson.tv

A leaf insect (Phyllium giganteum)
A leaf insect (Phyllium giganteum)

 

A pair of Oreophoetes peruana stick insects (female is black and white with, the male is red and black)
A pair of Oreophoetes peruana stick insects (female is black and white with, the male is red and black)

 

The blue iguana (Cyclura lewisi)
The blue iguana (Cyclura lewisi)

 

Risks and challenges

The production team is very confident that this project can be completed on schedule and within the budget stated above. We already have been offered all required livestock from breeders and suppliers, and have all equipment required to film and edit the films. The production team has decades of experience creating similar films to date, and has already created a studio setting similar to that which would be created for this project. If the funds can be raised, we are confident we can complete these films to the highest level and inspire young people across the globe!

Learn about accountability on Kickstarter

Questions about this project? Check out the FAQ

Support

  1. Select this reward

    Pledge £5 or more About $6

    Be part of this project!

    For £5 we will keep you involved throughout this project:

    Includes:
    • You will receive regular emails and be kept up to date
    • You will be sent the draft films prior to release to review
    • YOUR NAME will be in the credits at the end of the films
    • We will also thank you on the Weird and Wonderful Pets website
    • You will be able to watch the completed films online
    • You will be sent links to the completed films to download them
    Less
    Estimated delivery
    4 backers
    £
    Kickstarter is not a store.

    It's a way to bring creative projects to life.

    Learn more about accountability.
  2. Select this reward

    Pledge £10 or more About $13

    Free images and YOUR NAME in print!

    For £10 we will send you all of the rewards in the above categories, PLUS:

    Includes:
    • YOUR name will be printed in the Weird and Wonderful pets book!
    • 10 breath-taking desktop WnW Pet images as digital wallpaper!
    • Personal email of thanks from the production team
    Less
    Estimated delivery
    10 backers
    £
    Kickstarter is not a store.

    It's a way to bring creative projects to life.

    Learn more about accountability.
  3. Select this reward

    Pledge £25 or more About $32

    Set of FIVE postcards!

    For £25 we will send you all of the rewards in the above categories, PLUS:

    Includes:
    • A set of 5 Weird and Wonderful Pet postcards!
    Less
    Estimated delivery
    Ships to Anywhere in the world
    3 backers
    £
    Kickstarter is not a store.

    It's a way to bring creative projects to life.

    Learn more about accountability.
  4. Select this reward

    Pledge £35 or more About $45

    Finished films on DVD & personal thanks!

    For £35 we will send you all of the rewards in the above categories, PLUS:

    Includes:
    • A copy of all of the completed films on DVD!
    • A hand-written thank you letter from Stewart McPherson
    Less
    Estimated delivery
    Ships to Anywhere in the world
    8 backers
    £
    Kickstarter is not a store.

    It's a way to bring creative projects to life.

    Learn more about accountability.
  5. Select this reward

    Pledge £50 or more About $64

    The Weird and Wonderful pets BOOK!

    For £50 we will send you all of the rewards in the above categories, PLUS:

    Includes:
    • Your very own copy of the Weird and Wonderful Pets Book!
    Less
    Estimated delivery
    Ships to Anywhere in the world
    25 backers
    £
    Kickstarter is not a store.

    It's a way to bring creative projects to life.

    Learn more about accountability.
  6. Select this reward

    Pledge £80 or more About $102

    UNIQUE and COLLECTIBLE polaroid photos

    For £80 we will send you all of the rewards in the above categories, PLUS:

    Includes:
    • FIVE unique polaroid photos taken during filming signed by team
    Less
    Estimated delivery
    Ships to Anywhere in the world
    0 backers
    £
    Kickstarter is not a store.

    It's a way to bring creative projects to life.

    Learn more about accountability.
  7. Select this reward

    Pledge £100 or more About $127

    A WnW Pets poster signed by the team!

    For £100 we will send you all of the rewards in the above categories, PLUS:

    Includes:
    • Your very own A1 size WnW Pets poster SIGNED by the team!
    Less
    Estimated delivery
    Ships to Anywhere in the world
    1 backer
    £
    Kickstarter is not a store.

    It's a way to bring creative projects to life.

    Learn more about accountability.
  8. Select this reward

    Pledge £150 or more About $191

    Associate Producer of ONE film

    For £150 we will send you all of the rewards in the above categories, PLUS the following (you can choose which of the films you are associated with). As co-producer, we will listen very carefully to your feedback, and make effort to take your suggestions on board where possible.

    Includes:
    • Your name/logo in the credits of ONE film as Associate Producer
    • Your name/logo PRINTED in the WnW book as AP of ONE film
    Less
    Estimated delivery
    Ships to Anywhere in the world
    2 backers
    £
    Kickstarter is not a store.

    It's a way to bring creative projects to life.

    Learn more about accountability.
  9. Select this reward

    Pledge £200 or more About $255

    Associate Producer of THREE films

    For £200 we will send you all of the rewards in the above categories, PLUS the following (you can choose which of the films you are associated with). Also MEET Stewart McPherson in London, during which he will answer any questions and share his experiences with Weird and Wonderful Pets.

    Includes:
    • Your name/logo in the credit of THREE films as Associate Producer
    • Your name/logo PRINTED in the WnW book as AP of THREE films
    Less
    Estimated delivery
    Ships to Anywhere in the world
    2 backers
    £
    Kickstarter is not a store.

    It's a way to bring creative projects to life.

    Learn more about accountability.
  10. Select this reward

    Pledge £300 or more About $382

    Associate Producer of SIX films

    For £300 we will send you all of the rewards in the above categories, PLUS the following (you can choose which of the films you are associated with):

    Includes:
    • Your name/logo in the credits of SIX films as Associate Producer
    • Your name/logo PRINTED in the WnW book as AP of SIX films
    Less
    Estimated delivery
    Ships to Anywhere in the world
    1 backer
    £
    Kickstarter is not a store.

    It's a way to bring creative projects to life.

    Learn more about accountability.
  11. Select this reward

    Pledge £500 or more About $637

    Associate Producer of TEN films

    For £500 we will send you all of the rewards in the above categories, PLUS the following (if we make more than ten films, you will be credited as AP of all of them):

    Includes:
    • BIG credit for your name / company / school in book and ALL films
    Less
    Estimated delivery
    Ships to Anywhere in the world
    1 backer
    £
    Kickstarter is not a store.

    It's a way to bring creative projects to life.

    Learn more about accountability.
  12. Select this reward

    Pledge £1,000 or more About $1,275

    Exec Producer - COME be part of filming!

    For £1000 we will send you all of the rewards in the above categories, PLUS the following (perfect for film-making students - the production team will show-case filming techniques, and can discuss/teach concerning ever aspect of low budget filmmaking):

    Includes:
    • We invite you to the studio in Bristol to be part of filming!
    • Join the production team for drinks in Bristol
    Less
    Estimated delivery
    Ships to Anywhere in the world
    1 backer
    £
    Kickstarter is not a store.

    It's a way to bring creative projects to life.

    Learn more about accountability.
  13. Select this reward

    Pledge £2,000 or more About $2,549

    Private WnW Pets lecture/talk

    PERFECT FOR SCHOOLS / BUSINESSES

    All of the above, plus Stewart McPherson will travel to your house, school, community group, business or organisation to give a lecture/talk with an array of exotic Weird and Wonderful Pets (if desired). Travel within UK included, if you are located outside the UK, the lecture event can be undertaken by tele-conference live with Stewart.

    Includes:
    • Stewart McPherson will visit you to give WnW Pet lecture/talk
    • Private screening of the WnW Pet films for your guests
    Less
    Estimated delivery
    Ships to Anywhere in the world
    0 backers
    £
    Kickstarter is not a store.

    It's a way to bring creative projects to life.

    Learn more about accountability.
  14. Reward no longer available

    Pledge £3,000 or more About $3,824

    Dedication of WnW Pets book to YOU!

    Your share our dream of getting young people enthusiastic about nature and science! We would like to dedicate the Weird and Wonderful Pets book to you or your company/school/organisation. Thank you for such a major contribution to make this project happen! You will also receive ALL of the rewards in the above categories.

    Less
    Estimated delivery
    Ships to Anywhere in the world
    Reward no longer available 1 backer
    £
    Kickstarter is not a store.

    It's a way to bring creative projects to life.

    Learn more about accountability.

Funding period

- (60 days)