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TIANZXS Cremation Stainless Steel Memorial Urn Necklace Crematio

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Product description

Colour:Gold

Cremation Jewellery, also known funeral Jewellery, memorial Jewellery, or remembrance Jewellery is used as a remarkable way to memorialize a loved one. It works perfectly for filling it with small amount of things,like loved ones ashes,hair,nail,or other private items.

Stainless Steel Jewelry - Your Perfect Choice

Stainless steel is resistant to rust, corrosion and tarnishing. Also, it is healthamp;durable and requires minimal maintenance. Being hypoallergenic and eco-friendly, it is still able to endure a lot of wear and tear. So it has been widely applied in high-grade jewelry.

Makes a fantastic gift for Anniversaries, Birthdays, Weddings, Valentine's Day, Christmas, or Just Because!

Package includes:

Urn necklace (pendant amp; Chain), storage bag amp; fill funnel.

Caring for Your necklace:

1.Rub your necklace with baby wipes: they perform miracles on Jewellery.

2.Then rub with a clean dry soft cotton cloth to bring back the shine.

3.Put them inside a soft cloth pocket or fabric swath, avoid it from rubbing against other Jewellery,please take them off when you swim, take a shower, or other action involved in water.

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Check out the new instructions for our Birds in Backyards surveys. For the web portal and app.

Birds in Backyards is now using the BirdLife Australia login system. Click here to find out more.

The Birds in Backyards surveys are now available on Birdata. Click here to read more about the survey.

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As the sun begins to warm up and nature readies for spring, it is an exciting time to tune in to the natural world around us. The wattles, with their cheery yellow blossoms, and the birds that you might have been lucky enough to spy seeking out nest sites or collecting nesting material are both signs of the warmer weather to come.  

Happily, as nature gets busy, our Birds in Backyards Spring Survey is here! Time to spruce up your feathers and let us know about your local birds! New to surveys or need a refresher? Register for our free webinar where we will take you through doing a survey step by step! The next webinar will be held on Wednesday 8th September at 7pm. Register at Eventbrite.

While spending most of our time at home can be frustrating, it also gives us a great opportunity to be #BirdingAtHome.

We want you to take just 10 mins for yourself whenever you can. Get away from the TV and the news, make a cuppa and do a 10 min bird count at home. Share your list of birds using the tag #CuppawiththeBirds.

Hello parents, carers and kids! Are you looking for at-home activities to keep everyone chirpy? Here at BirdLife we have lots of resources that are fun AND you can learn about amazing birds and places

The boom in bird watching – or birding – since the pandemic started has been a boon. It's not only a joyful hobby but has also translated to significant citizen science projects.