World Wetlands Day & FashWand Seabirds

on February 02, 2022
World Wetlands Day & FashWand Sea Birds Collection

Seabird Inspired Art & Fashion and World Wetlands Day

Kicking off World Wetland Day by sharing some of our inspirations for the new FashWand Seabirds collection. In addition, for the entire month of February, we will be sharing behind the scenes images and insights from Azi's recent visits to local Southern California Wetland and Conservation reserves and we'll be sharing insights why it is so essential to protect our wetlands.

Some of the wetlands we'll be featuring includes the wetlands at Bolsa Chica Reseve, Huntington Beach Wetlands, Talbert Marsh, and San Elijo Lagoon. These Southern California wetlands are feeding ground and home to hundreds of species of amazing shorebirds including endangered least terns, threatened snowy plovers, brown pelicans, egrets, herons, cormorants, gulls, ducks and many other shorebirds, yet sadly they are all surrounded by oil rigs and cars speeding by on the pacific coast highway.


About the Collection:

The collection includes exclusive paintings, dresses, photography and décor taking inspiration from the natural beauty, color, elegance, and grace of our local SeaBirds.

Stay tuned for more exclusive fashion items made of eco-friendly materials with designs inspired by seabirds!

Discover The New SeaBird Collection

For the entire month of February, FashWand will be donating 20% of the proceeds from our Seabirds Collection to Wetlands & Wildlife Care Center and International Bird Rescue to help save injured wildlife.


About Great Egrets:

Great Egrets are precious tall birds and generally live in shallow coastal lagoons, marshes, or around ponds. They can live up to 22 years!

Sadly they were "nearly wiped out in the United States in the late 1800s, when its plumes were sought for use in fashion, the Great Egret made a comeback after early conservationists put a stop to the slaughter and protected its colonies.". And now their life is threatened due to this horrific oil spill.



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