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Headstarting is a collaborative effort between WWT, BirdsRussia and the RSPB, and occurs as part of the International Arctic Expedition mounted each year by BirdsRussia under the leadership of Dr. Evgeny Syroechkovskiy.

Ronald Swanwick Spoon- billed Sandpiper prints now available

We are very excited to tell you that Ronald Swanwick’s Spoon- billed Sandpiper prints are now available for sale!

There have only been 100 prints made, making them very exclusive.

Kate Humble has signed 10 of these prints, and Ronald has told us that he has already sold three of these so contact him quick to buy one of these brilliant pieces of conservation art.

As you will know from previous posts, Ronald has kindly said he will be donating sales from each print towards the Spoon-billed Sandpiper Project,

Ronald has produced the Offset Litho Prints on ’Hanamulla’ fine art paper using the finest light fast inks. The Prints available in several formats, either on its own, double mounted or double mounted framed print.

To become the proud owner of one of these pieces of conservation art, please contact Ronald Swanwick on 07855 966564 or email swanwick@stablestudio.co.uk

  1. Sharon Kast Reply

    Hello,
    I am interested. Please advise price of print and information about the background…where is it? The spoonbills are perfect.
    Cheers,
    Sharon Kast
    New Zealand

  2. Helena Jefferson Reply

    Hi Sharon and WWT
    The picture is based on various photos (provided by WWT) and a bit of camcordering I did last year when undertaking searches for new Spoon-billed Sandpiper nesting sites in the Chukotka area of the Russian Far East (on the Heritage Expeditions trip to that part of the world). If you get a copy of the incredible DVD that WWT has brought out this summer you will see the amazing story of the team at Slimbridge, Birdlife International, Birds Russia, Heritage Expeditions and others who undertook to collect the first batch of 20 eggs in 2011.
    The prints cost:
    Prints 1 – 10 (Kate Humble signed copies) £100.00 Print only
    Prints 11 – 100 (signed by artist ) £50.00 ditto
    Prints 1 – 10 £125.00 Mounted Print
    Prints 11 – 100 £75.00 ditto
    Prints 1 – 10 £155.00 Framed Print
    Prints 11 – 100 £105.00 ditto

    Once all the 100 prints are sold the WWT Project will have received approximately £4,000 towards their incredible work. I helped finance the printing costs so that is how I know the figures. I am also the proud owner of one of the prints.
    I am VERY pleased to say that about 11 of the prints have now been sold.
    The costs and all the details about ordering the prints are on Ronald’s website. The prints are absolutely beautiful and took me back to my incredible trip to that amazing part of the world.
    Helena Jefferson.

  3. Saving the Spoon-billed Sandpiper Reply

    A quick update on the prints – they are now for sale at the WWT Slimbridge Wetland Centre gallery where we also have one on display. Come and have a look. We’ve already sold 11 so hurry if you’re interested!

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