St. Marks Wildlife Refuge: Official Area X T-Shirt!

There’s now an official Area X T-shirt, available at the St. Marks Wildlife Refuge visitor’s center here in North Florida. As some of you may know, the refuge is the main influence on the Southern Reach trilogy. All proceeds from T-shirt sales go to helping maintain the lighthouse and the refuge. Thanks to the Friends of the St. Marks Wildlife Refuge for their interest.

Here’s the information. Please query as indicated for other payment options and for possible overseas delivery. – JeffV


The shirts are Gilden Ultra Cotton shirts. Sizing is unisex.

The Cost:

$18 + tax ($1.26) for sizes S, M, L, XL
$20 + tax ($1.40) for size XXL

Domestic shipping via USPS:

$5.50 per shirt for 1 or 2 shirts. They will be send individually by first class mail.

$14.50 for 3-6 shirts to one location. They will be sent in a priority mail box.

To order:

We’d love you to visit us at the Refuge and buy the shirt in person, where we accept cash, checks, or credit/debit cards. However, next best is to send us a check or money order made out to: SMRA (that stands for St. Marks Refuge Association).

Please type or print clearly the number of shirts & the sizes you want. Include the address you want them shipped to. Also, please list a phone number or email address in case we need to contact you about the order. Send payment and info to this address:

Nature Store Manager
P.O. Box 368
St. Marks, FL 32355

If that’s not possible, email [email protected]. We do now accept Paypal.

Finally, a heartfelt thank you to Jeff VanderMeer for his encouragement and his support of St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge.

The Nature Store at St. Marks NWR is a project of the Friends of St. Marks Wildlife Refuge and is run totally by volunteers, so all profits directly benefit the Wildlife Refuge. Thank you for helping us help the Refuge!

–Rita, Volunteer Nature Store Manager

2 comments on “St. Marks Wildlife Refuge: Official Area X T-Shirt!

  1. Amy Keyishian says:

    Shut up! This is amazing! I assumed we were in the Pacific Northwest because it feels like EVERY spooky story takes place there lately. This is much better, I like imagining Desna from “Claws” running into Ghost-Bird.

  2. Thomas Deimel says:

    I this also shipped internationally?

    Kind regards
    Thomas Deimel


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