WBSJ Bird Song Guide Tenugui Cloth 'Vol.3'
These tenugui are made for the Wild Bird Society of Japan by Kamawanu, one of the most famous exponents of the chusen dye style. Tenugui are useful in a variety of occasions: from portable towel to general decoration to the lining of a picnic basket.
This one acts a guide, in Japanese, to the bird song of important and endangered species in Japan.
The species featured on the tenugui are the Okinawan Rail, Spoon-billed Sandpiper, Little Tern, Ptarmigan, Grey-faced Buzzard, Red-crowned Crane, Ryukyu Robin, Fairy Pitta, Oriental Dollarbird, Baikal Teal, Izu Thrush, Brent Goose and Black Woodpecker
Founded in 1934, the Wild Bird Society of Japan is one of the largest wildlife charities in Japan with around 40000 members. In Japan, it manages reserves, organises studies and campaigns to protect the country’s birdlife. Among its most significant work are activities to protect the globally threatened Blakiston’s Fish Owl, the largest living species of owl, now reduced to around 140 birds in Japan’s northern Hokkaido island. It is also working to save the nationally symbolic Red-crowned Crane, and Japanese Murrelet species, among others. All products it sells contributes to sustaining this work.
Size: ：Width 33cm × Length 90cm
Package weight: 60g