Check out the lovely installations featured on the Centennial Parklands' blog in Sydney: http://blog.centennialparklands.com.au/reconnect-small-birds-centennial-park/
Excerpt: "The artwork installed around the children’s cycleway was designed by Masters students at the UTS, Hanan Bou Akl and Alfredo Racilla, in consultation with their lecturer Dr Tom Lee and Centennial Park ecologist Dr John Martin. Here you will learn the sounds and characteristics of the Superb Fairy-wrens, Yellow Thornbills, Silvereyes, and New Holland Honeyeaters that visit the Park."
The small bird illustrations look like they are hiding in their nests from the larger birds. Conceptually, the design reflects how important it is to preserve the small bird habitats.
Have you visited the park and seen the artwork?
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