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Moorcroft Bearded Tits

MCPLQ8BT

£495.00

A collection of designs inspired by RSPB Leighton Moss - the largest reedbed in northwest England, home to important breeding birds and other wildlife. This diverse habitat along the shores of nearby Morecambe Bay provides a home for important breeding populations of bearded tits and bitterns. Its wildlife ponds support dragonflies, while the coastal saltmarsh lagoons attract large numbers of wading birds including oystercatchers. These creatures, together with brimstone and orange tip butterflies and wigeon ducks are celebrated in all their glory in this collection. The bearded tit is one of the UK's rarest breeding birds. At RSPB Leighton Moss they have around 25 pairs of bearded tits that can be seen all year round. Named after their similarities with long-tailed tits and the dark facial markings on the males that resemble a moustache, bearded tits make their homes on well-managed reedbeds.
Size D 18cm
Ltd Ed 30 NEW Subject to Availability Designed by Alicia Amison
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