Tag Archives: Stamps on Endangered Birds
Estonia :Bird of the Year – Turtledove The Estonian Ornithological Society has chosen turtledove the bird of the year 2017. There are two representatives of the genus: turtle dove and ruff turtle dove. We have to do with some of … Continue reading
French National Post Office released two new UNESCO stamps.One stamp calls attention to the endangered red-crowned crane (Grusjaponensis), and the need to protect this species. In Japan, the crane, known as the “tancho,” is a powerful national symbol, representing longevity and immortality.
Lithuania Post has issued a set of 2 stamps on 7th Sep 2013 under series The Red Book of Lithuania.The new stamps feature the threatened Aquatic Warbler (Acrocephalus paludicola) and the Tawny Pipit (Anthus Campestris) also included into The Red … Continue reading
A newly launched postage stamp series on Indonesian endangered birds is expected to raise public awareness and efforts to preserve their natural habitat.Endorsed by the Indonesian Wild Birds Reservation, the stamps depict four endangered species: the Flores Hawk (Nisaetus floris), … Continue reading
Peruvian Postal Service has announced two new postage stamps featuring two of the world’s most endangered birds, thanks to the efforts of Asociación Ecosistemas Andinos, American Bird Conservancy’s partner in Peru, and the Natural History Museum of San Marcos. The … Continue reading