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 challenges. All species are facing shrinking habitats due to human encroachment and climate change.

Celebrate the day by enjoying the following collection of artwork by AFC members. Many are for sale with a portion of proceeds pledged to conservation.

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Reflections of Pink | Wallhanging by Chantal Dupuis | Artists for Conservation
Artist: Chantal Dupuis
Add Artwork | Wallhanging by Chantal Dupuis | Artists for Conservation
Artist: Chantal Dupuis
The Andean Flamingo | Wallhanging by Angela Manno | Artists for Conservation
Artist: Angela Manno
 | Wallhanging by Michelle McCune | Artists for Conservation
Artist: Michelle McCune
 | Wallhanging by Cher Anderson | Artists for Conservation
Artist: Cher Anderson
 | Wallhanging by Martin Aveling | Artists for Conservation
Artist: Martin Aveling
 | Wallhanging by Whitney Kurlan | Artists for Conservation
Artist: Whitney Kurlan
 | Wallhanging by Rob Dreyer | Artists for Conservation
Artist: Rob Dreyer
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