An annual event that raises funds for Birdlife Australia commences at our Corner Gallery on the 19th October.
Official Opening night will be on Friday 20th October from 7 to 9pm with a special VIP viewing from 6 to 7pm.
On until the 5th November, the opening hours are; Thursday/Friday 12-5pm. Saturday/Sunday 10-4pm.
About the event
The captivating relationship between birds and trees is an intricate and mutually beneficial connection that exists between these two natural wonders. This bond showcases the profound interdependence and coexistence of birds and trees, underscoring the vital role that trees play in providing shelter, nesting sites, and food sources for a diverse array of bird species. Trees, ranging from ancient forests to intricate understory areas, act as crucial habitat providers. Birds, in turn, find solace and security among the branches, hollows, and foliage, using them as safe havens for nesting, roosting, and protection from predators.
Equally significant is the indispensable role of birds in the life cycle of trees, particularly in the remarkable process of pollination. Birds, with their graceful flights and foraging habits, become pollinators as they visit flowers, drawn by nectar, and transfer pollen between plants. This exquisite ecological dance facilitates the reproduction and propagation of various tree species, ensuring the continuity of their populations.
As we delve into a deeper understanding of the harmonious coexistence and interdependence that nature has intricately woven between birds and trees, we gain insights into the importance and significance of conserving both for the well-being of our planet.
Photographer (& founder) Angela Robertson-Buchanan
Designers – Eggpicnic
Printmaker – Fiona Roderick
Designers: Outer Island
Mixed artist wall to be revealed soon.
20% of sales will be donated to BirdLife Australia, exhibition runs alongside National Bird Week, an initiative to get more Australian’s interested in birds. (https://aussiebirdcount.org.au)