Thinking about our global home is really important to us. As well as getting a stunning item for your home you can also help protect birds that are at risk from going extinct by buying from our wonderful BirdLife Collection. The collection is sketched by one of us at Curated Pieces, artist Sheryl Ellis. Sheryl found her own love for conservation, sketching the wildlife around her during the first lockdown in the UK, 2020. She then collaborated with Charity BirdLife International as their cause really resonated with her. At least 20% of the proceeds from the collection go to supporting the great work that BirdLife International does to protect birds from extinction globally.
About the collection
The collection features the Hook-billed Hermit Hummingbird, the Yellow-crested Cockatoo and the Sarus Crane. All of these birds are on The International Union for Conservation of Nature Red List. Not only is the collection a stunning addition to any home interior but the best part is a donation from each purchase within the collection goes to BirdLife International to support the work that they do globally and in local communities at grass roots level to ensure that bird species are protected from extinction for generations to come.
Ethically sourced and sustainable
All our collections are ethically sourced and sustainable. We’re dedicated to consciously partnering with brands and suppliers that support our ethos and brand pillars.
Curated Pieces gives back
The collection sits as part of our ‘Love Your Global Home Initiative’ where we partner with key charities close to our heart to give back to our global community. We’ve loved partnering with BirdLife International on this collection.
More about the birds featured in The BirdLife Collection with Curated Pieces
Hook-billed Hermit Hummingbird
This species qualifies as Endangered owing to the massive deforestation throughout its range which has reduced it to a few fragmented subpopulations likely to be declining as a result of continued habitat loss.
This cockatoo has suffered (and may continue to suffer) an extremely rapid population decline, owing to unsustainable trapping for the cagebird trade. It therefore qualifies as Critically Endangered.
This crane is listed as Vulnerable because it is suspected to have suffered a rapid population decline, which is projected to continue, as a result of widespread reductions in the extent and quality of its wetland habitats, exploitation and the effects of pollutants.
More about BirdLife International - Partnership for nature and people
BirdLife International is a global partnership of over 100 conservation organisations (NGOs) that strives to conserve birds, their habitats and global biodiversity, working with people towards sustainability in the use of natural resources.
20% from each unit of this product sold will be donated to BirdLife International, a registered charity in England and Wales, number 1042125
Products from this company are shipped to: all countries globally and are located in: United Kingdom