Posted by: QQmei | August 31, 2012

See how artworks are used by birds

It is always interesting to see birds use artworks as their playground, food hunting station or maybe just a place where can take a rest.


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  1. How exciting! May I use some of these photos on my facebook page, eco-art4wildlife? Could I get artists names for each picture? Thanks, Lynne

    http://www.eco-art.org (970)416-1881 P.O. Box1239 Fort Collins, Colorado,80522,USA @ecoarthull, fb/ecoarthull& eco-art4wildlife ecoarthull@yahoo.com

    >________________________________ > From: Cheng-Long Wetlands International Environmental Art Project >To: lynne.hull@eco-art.org >Sent: Saturday, September 1, 2012 11:23 AM >Subject: [New post] See how artworks are used by birds > > > WordPress.com >QQmei posted: “It is always interesting to see birds use artworks as their playground, food hunting station or maybe just a place where can take a rest. [gallery link="file"] ” >

    • Dear Lynne, thanks for you message and sorry for my late reply, we went to Japan to visit the Echigo Tsumari Art Field for one week.

      You are very welcome to use our pictures on your FB page. I have added artist and artwork’s name on each picture. Please check it again.

      Thank you very much for being interested in our art project!

  2. Exland.the consept is very nice.


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