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  • Published: 24 June 2021
  • ISBN: 9781473583481
  • Imprint: Ebury Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 160

Save Our Birds

Rewilding and Other Ways You Can Help




The striking and powerful illustrated habitat guide by popular artist and passionate campaigner, Matt Sewell, shows how all of us can play a part in saving our best loved and iconic birds.

'The Banksy of the bird world' illustrates the vital steps we must take to save Britain's beloved endangered wildlife.

Much-loved author and illustrator, Matt Sewell, is back with his most powerful illustrated book yet. Save Our Birds delves into the habitats of Britain's most loved birds on the Red List, the world's most comprehensive guide to endangered species, and provides a wealth of practical advice on how we can rescue them from extinction.

Full of vibrant and beautiful artwork; from cities to coastlands and woodlands to farms, Sewell leaves no habitat unexplored in his call to arms to save great British wildlife. Whether it is a community rewilding campaign, a window box in your own home or bee-friendly gardens in the city, this book will inspire hope and show the undeniable good to be gained by bringing endangered species back from the brink of disappearing.

With striking watercolours of vital urban and rural habitats to inimitable watercolours of endangered birds such as the nightingale and skylark, Sewell's latest book will teach you the steps you can take, actions both big and small, to save our birds.

  • Published: 24 June 2021
  • ISBN: 9781473583481
  • Imprint: Ebury Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 160

About the author

Matt Sewell

Artist and illustrator Matt Sewell has been described as the Banksy of the bird world. Matt works in a variety of media including T-shirts, posters, interiors, sculptures and walls. He has illustrated for the Guardian and Barbour, amongst many others; painted underpasses for the RSPB; and exhibited in London, Manchester, New York, Tokyo and Paris, as well as being an avid ornithologist and regular contributor to the Caught by The River website (he also designed their logo). He lives in Shrewsbury with his partner and two children.

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