A renowned wildlife artist has produced this year’s Wildlife Habitat Trust stamp artwork ‘Flying pinkfeet at Faxfleet’.

Julian Novorol’s stamp will be launched at the CLA Game Fair at Blenheim Palace on Friday 25 July by Dr Stuart Burgess, Rural Advocate and Chairman for the Commission for Rural Communities.

The stamp has a particular significance for the BASC centenary – it features pink-footed geese flying over the Apex Light, where the Ouse and Trent rivers join to become the Humber, an area inextricably linked to Stanley Duncan and the founding of WAGBI.


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