Jersey:Stamps on 75th Anniversary of National Trust Stamp

\"\"Jersey Posthas released 5 stamps on 75th Anniversary of National Trust for Jersey on 3rd Aug 2011.The National Trust for Jersey is an independant and charitable organisation dedicated to preserving and safeguarding areas of historic, aesthetic and environmental interest for the benefit of the entire Island.  Each stamp depicts both one such area or building together with the wildlife with which it is associated.  Known locally as the White House, La Caumine a Marie Best was painted green for 2011 to highlight various green issues and it is depicted on the special 75p stamp which is accompanied by its own First Day Cover envelope. The stamps feature La Caumine a Marie Best & the Marsh Harrier, Victoria Tower & the Swallowtail butterfly, La Cotte Battery & the Dartford warbler,Le Moulin de Quetivel & the Red Squirrel,  North Coast Sea Cliffs & the Puffin,and La Caumine a Marie Best (green) & the Marsh Harrier.

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