| Wallhanging by Michelle McCune | Artists for Conservation

June 23 is Pink Flamingo Day!

The first Pink Flamingo Day was declared in 2007 to honour the the plastic lawn flamingo and its creator, Don Featherstone. Though today, none of the four species of flamingos are endangered, large populations that call the Rift Valley of Africa home, are rapidly shrinking and facing growing...

Artwork credit: "Risky Business" by Michelle McCune
 | Wallhanging by Cher Anderson | Artists for Conservation

June 23 is Pink Flamingo Day!

The first Pink Flamingo Day was declared in 2007 to honour the the plastic lawn flamingo and its creator, Don Featherstone. Though today, none of the four species of flamingos are endangered, large populations that call the Rift Valley of Africa home, are rapidly shrinking and facing growing...

Artwork credit: "Fancy Feathers" by Cher Anderson
 | Wallhanging by Martin Aveling | Artists for Conservation

June 23 is Pink Flamingo Day!

The first Pink Flamingo Day was declared in 2007 to honour the the plastic lawn flamingo and its creator, Don Featherstone. Though today, none of the four species of flamingos are endangered, large populations that call the Rift Valley of Africa home, are rapidly shrinking and facing growing...

Artwork credit: "Flamingo" by mART
 | Wallhanging by Whitney Kurlan | Artists for Conservation

June 23 is Pink Flamingo Day!

The first Pink Flamingo Day was declared in 2007 to honour the the plastic lawn flamingo and its creator, Don Featherstone. Though today, none of the four species of flamingos are endangered, large populations that call the Rift Valley of Africa home, are rapidly shrinking and facing growing...

Artwork credit: "Flocking Together" by Whitney Kurlan
 | Wallhanging by Valentin Katrandzhiev | Artists for Conservation

June 23 is Pink Flamingo Day!

The first Pink Flamingo Day was declared in 2007 to honour the the plastic lawn flamingo and its creator, Don Featherstone. Though today, none of the four species of flamingos are endangered, large populations that call the Rift Valley of Africa home, are rapidly shrinking and facing growing...

Artwork credit: "The Red Princes of the South " by Valentin Katrandzhiev
Gentle Giant | Wallhanging by Judy Studwell | Artists for Conservation

June 21 is World Giraffe Day!

World Giraffe Day celebrates the longest-necked animal in the world on June 21 - the longest day or night of the year. Much of giraffe's traditional range is suffering from habitat loss and is now being used for agriculture. Traditionally, only one species of giraffe was recognized, with 9...

Artwork credit: "Gentle Giant" by Judy Studwell

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