UPCOMING CLASSES

MINIATURE PIGLETS

Sunday 19th January 2020
11am-1pm
at Ace Hotel, E1 6JQ
£30

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Come meet and draw our latest litter of Miniature Piglets in January, who will be around 2 months old – fully weaned and independent from mum. 'Miniature' or 'teacup' pigs is the term given to a smaller-than-average pig, originally created by crossbreeding a pot-bellied pigs and a New Zealand Kune-Kune. Although the piglets will be small at this stage, we will be talking about the realities of owning 'Miniature' pigs, the complex care they need and how large they can really grow! There's a lot to love about the humble pig in general, and our expert handler will wow you with plenty of fascinating facts. Be prepared to fall in love with these lovely little animals, and all for a good cause! As well as being super cute, the drawing class will have an ethical focus – we will discuss welfare issues within the world of pig farming and the meat industry.

10% of each ticket will be donated to Farms not Factories.

MINIATURE PIGLETS

Sunday 19th January 2020
2pm-4pm
at Ace Hotel, E1 6JQ
£30

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Come meet and draw our latest litter of Miniature Piglets in January, who will be around 2 months old – fully weaned and independent from mum. 'Miniature' or 'teacup' pigs is the term given to a smaller-than-average pig, originally created by crossbreeding a pot-bellied pigs and a New Zealand Kune-Kune. Although the piglets will be small at this stage, we will be talking about the realities of owning 'Miniature' pigs, the complex care they need and how large they can really grow! There's a lot to love about the humble pig in general, and our expert handler will wow you with plenty of fascinating facts. Be prepared to fall in love with these lovely little animals, and all for a good cause! As well as being super cute, the drawing class will have an ethical focus – we will discuss welfare issues within the world of pig farming and the meat industry.

10% of each ticket will be donated to Farms not Factories.

SHARKS & SEA TURTLES

Wednesday 22nd January 2020
7pm-9pm
at Sea Life Brighton
£28

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Join us for an underwater adventure at SEA LIFE Brighton, the world's oldest aquarium! Our first after hours exploration will focus on their Sharks and Sea Turtles. Sea Turtles are an iconic species, recognised globally as a symbol of the sea. The Brighton Aquarium is home to two rescued green sea turtles by the names of Lulu and Gulliver. Around the late 1930's - early 40's, they were born along a beach in Mexico, however it is believed they were illegally taken from the beach by a TV advertising agency to appear in an advert for soap powder (?!) They were rescued from an uncertain fate and have lived with many other species of marine life in the Aquarium's largest Ocean Tank ever since, feasting upon a daily diet of green veggies. Green sea turtles are named after the layer of green fat that sits underneath their shells. We will also be introduced to their tank-mates – different species of sharks and fish including Zebra Sharks, Black Tip Reef Sharks, Nurse Shark along with Stingrays, giant Grouper and Wrasse plus the charmingly odd-looking Unicorn and Rabbitfish.

The class will commence with a short talk by an Aquarium expert, who will tell us about sea turtle and shark conservation around the world, and the effects of climate change, plastic pollution and the fishing industry on both species. As always, 50% of each ticket price will be donated to the SEA LIFE Trust – and some of the charity’s current projects are particularly focusing on the conservation of sea turtles around the world. The charity have also recently opened the first Beluga Whale sanctuary in Iceland, giving homes to ex-circus and water park cetaceans across the world. Although we will be concentrating on the drawing the sea turtles, attendees will have free rein of the aquarium and will be able to sketch the sharks, fish and rays at their leisure. Aquarium experts will be ‘floating’ around ready to answer all your underwater questions and workshop leader Jennie Webber will be on hand for drawing tips and guidance. All materials provided, and all ages and abilities welcome!

50% of each ticket will be donated to the Sea Life Trust.

MINIATURE PIGLETS

Thursday 23rd January 2020
7pm-9pm
at Royal Society of Sculptors
£30

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Another chance to draw our latest litter of Miniature Piglets in January, who will be around 2 months old – fully weaned and independent from mum. 'Miniature' or 'teacup' pigs is the term given to a smaller-than-average pig, originally created by crossbreeding a pot-bellied pigs and a New Zealand Kune-Kune. Although the piglets will be small at this stage, we will be talking about the realities of owning 'Miniature' pigs, the complex care they need and how large they can really grow! There's a lot to love about the humble pig in general, and our expert handler will wow you with plenty of fascinating facts. Be prepared to fall in love with these lovely little animals, and all for a good cause! As well as being super cute, the drawing class will have an ethical focus – we will discuss welfare issues within the world of pig farming and the meat industry.

10% of each ticket will be donated to Farms not Factories.

BRITISH OWLS

Saturday 25th January 2020
11am-1pm
at Ace Hotel, E1 6JQ
£30

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Another chance to meet and draw the owls of our British countryside, and learn about their habitats, hunting habits and where to spot them in the wild – even in London. We’ll be meeting three different species – the mythical Barn Owl, the charismatic Long Eared Owl and Titch the Little Owl, who more than makes up for his size with bags of personality! We will be introduced to these fine feathers with a detailed talk from our experienced and dedicated falconer and learn about their anatomy, unique characteristics and how they’ve evolved to use sound to pinpoint their prey from the air. Our animal handlers will be full of facts about where to see these birds in the wild and any conservation issues affecting these species. All these owls are truly charismatic with their own individual personalities and I guarantee you'll go away with not only some great drawings, but a new found respect and admiration for these beautiful birds of prey.

BRITISH OWLS

Saturday 25th January 2020
2pm-4pm
at Ace Hotel, E1 6JQ
£30

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Another chance to meet and draw the owls of our British countryside, and learn about their habitats, hunting habits and where to spot them in the wild – even in London. We’ll be meeting three different species – the mythical Barn Owl, the charismatic Long Eared Owl and Titch the Little Owl, who more than makes up for his size with bags of personality! We will be introduced to these fine feathers with a detailed talk from our experienced and dedicated falconer and learn about their anatomy, unique characteristics and how they’ve evolved to use sound to pinpoint their prey from the air. Our animal handlers will be full of facts about where to see these birds in the wild and any conservation issues affecting these species. All these owls are truly charismatic with their own individual personalities and I guarantee you'll go away with not only some great drawings, but a new found respect and admiration for these beautiful birds of prey.

DINOSAUR DESCENDANTS

Tuesday 28th January 2020
7pm-9pm
at Gipsy Hill Taproom
£30

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Inspired by the local Crystal Palace dinosaurs we will be delving into prehistoric evolution for our first visit to Gipsy Hill Taproom. Reptiles arose around 310–320 million years ago during the Carboniferous period and from this classification came Dinosaurs and many other creatures. We'll be sketching different species of reptiles that have particularly interesting evolutionary histories. First a salamander, that's been on the fossil register since the Jurassic period when dinosaurs roamed the earth. We'll be meeting tortoises, decedents from turtles – which have been on the fossil register for over 220 millions years largely unchanged. We'll sketch snakes and explore their evolutionary history, seeing their 'ghost legs' which they now use for something quite different from walking! We'll also draw a lovely range of lizards including a Green Iguana, Bearded Dragons and a Bosc Monitor Lizard that has a distinct likeness to a velociraptor!

All these animals are absolutely magnificent, with unbelievable textures and colours to inspire your artworks. And being cold-blooded, they don't expend any unnecessary energy, making them excellent drawing subjects! As well as sketching these reptiles, we will also be learning about their natural habitats, eating habits and their lives in the wild from the expert knowledge of the animal handlers. We will also be discussing the complex care these reptiles need, responsible pet ownership, the dangers of the trade in exotic pets and any conservation issues affecting these species around the world.

British Owls

Saturday 8th February 2020
11am-1pm
at Ace Hotel, E1 6JQ
£30

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Meet and draw the owls of our British countryside, and learn about their habitats, hunting habits and where to spot them in the wild – even in London. We’ll be meeting three different species – the mythical Barn Owl, the charismatic Long Eared Owl and Titch the Little Owl, who more than makes up for his size with bags of personality! We will be introduced to these fine feathers with a detailed talk from our experienced and dedicated falconer and learn about their anatomy, unique characteristics and how they’ve evolved to use sound to pinpoint their prey from the air. Our animal handlers will be full of facts about where to see these birds in the wild and any conservation issues affecting these species. All these owls are truly charismatic with their own individual personalities and I guarantee you'll go away with not only some great drawings, but a new found respect and admiration for these beautiful birds of prey.

BRITISH OWLS

Saturday 8th February 2020
2pm-4pm
at Ace Hotel, E1 6JQ
£30

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Meet and draw the owls of our British countryside, and learn about their habitats, hunting habits and where to spot them in the wild – even in London. We’ll be meeting three different species – the mythical Barn Owl, the charismatic Long Eared Owl and Titch the Little Owl, who more than makes up for his size with bags of personality! We will be introduced to these fine feathers with a detailed talk from our experienced and dedicated falconer and learn about their anatomy, unique characteristics and how they’ve evolved to use sound to pinpoint their prey from the air. Our animal handlers will be full of facts about where to see these birds in the wild and any conservation issues affecting these species. All these owls are truly charismatic with their own individual personalities and I guarantee you'll go away with not only some great drawings, but a new found respect and admiration for these beautiful birds of prey.

UNUSUAL REPTILES

Tuesday 11th February 2020
7pm-9pm
at Draw Brighton, BN1 4GH
£30

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We have a truly amazing selection of unusual reptiles and amphibians for you to meet, draw and learn about at our first class with Draw Brighton in the new year. We'll be sketching different species including two colourful Veiled Chameleons, Crested Geckos and Leopard Geckos, a Dwarf Monitor Lizard, Tortoises and Bearded Dragons and Stanley the Axolotl – which will give us the opportunity to talk about how this species is critically endangered in the wild and what we can do to help. We'll be leaning how chameleons can change colour, how geckos can drop their tails to distract predators, why crested geckos have to lick their eyeballs and how reptiles communicate in the wild. All these animals are absolutely magnificent, with unbelievable textures and colours to inspire your artworks. And being cold-blooded, they don't expend any unnecessary energy, making them excellent drawing subjects! All these animals are rehomed ex-pets or rescues and we will be discussing the complex care they need, responsible pet ownership, the dangers of the trade in exotic pets and any conservation issues affecting these species around the world.

COURTSHIP RITUALS

Saturday 15th February 2020
11am-1pm & 2pm-4pm
at Carousel, W1U 8AB
£29.50

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Our Valentine’s Special this year will be exploring the cute, curious – and sometimes cruel – courtship rituals in the natural world. Just FYI, this class isn't just for couples looking for an alternative celebration, but for anyone and everyone who fancies coming along! We will be meeting and drawing hedgehogs, and learning how the males of the species try to seduce potential mates with a huffing, snorting mating dance that can last for hours. We’ll draw ferrets, whose courtship rituals charmingly include biting their females neck and dragging them around. We’ll meet cockerels who ‘drop a wing’ and dance around their hens to entice them. We’ll sketch male mice that sing an ultrasonic song to their females. We’ll learn about Leopard Geckos that vibrate and wave their tails to seduce their females. We will also be sketching Giant Millipedes – who use the art of massage to entice their mates, Giant Land Snails who shoot LOVE DARTS (actual name) and Tarantulas, who will eat the male after copulation. Join us for a day of mind blowing biology!

JELLYFISH

Wednesday 26th February 2020
7pm-9pm
at London Aquarium, SE1 7PB
£30

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We're back at the London Aquarium for another after-hours aquatic exploration into the weird world of jellyfish. We'll be focussing on capturing the wonderful wibbliness of these ancient organisms on paper, reflecting their translucency and delicacy in the water. The class will commence with some amazing jellyfish facts, then you'll be able to explore and be mesmerised by the jellies, whilst sketching with a variety of media including pens, pastels and watercolours. All materials will be provided, and technique tips and advice will be on hand all the way through the session.

Now the largest jellyfish facility in the UK, experts at the aquarium – fondly nicknamed “jellyologists” – have been breeding Moon Jellyfish, Sea Nettles, Barrel and Upside Down Jellyfish at different stages of their lives, with some reaching more than three meters in length! The three stages of the exhibition will explore the lifecycle of these gelatinous creatures, as well as how they thrive, sting and reproduce. Drawing these drifting forms will not only be an enjoyable creative challenge, but a relaxing and meditative experience.

Jellyfish are truly unbelievable; they have no brain, heart, blood or bones, but they do have a nervous system, a stomach and reproductive organs. Jellyfish have a complicated life cycle, growing quickly and living on average around a year. Feeding on plankton, fish and other jellyfish, they catch prey with their stinging tentacles. Where there are approximately 2000 species of jellyfish, only around 70 have stings strong enough to harm humans. And a group of jellyfish is called a smack!

50% of each ticket will be donated to the Sea Life Trust.

Botanical Illustration

Tuesday 3rd March 2020
6.30pm-8.30pm
at The Garden Museum
£30

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Join us at the Garden Museum for a drawing class focused on London's most iconic parks in Winter. We will draw from three curated botanical displays inspired by Hyde Park, Richmond Park and Kensington Gardens featuring iconic plants, flowers and foliage that reference particular parts of the parks, people or events throughout history. Our flora will include roses, herbs and wildflowers inspired by Hyde Park's rose gardens, herbaceous borders and meadow area. We will sketch azeleas, rhododendrons, honeysuckle and camellias found in Richmond Park's Isabella Plantation. And Kensington's Italian Gardens will offer us a variety of vegetables and herbs from the allotments there. The workshop will commence with a demonstration in observational drawing and there will be plenty of drawing materials to experiement with, as well as helpful tips and creative guidance on hand throughout.

DOMINANT FEMALES

Sunday 8th March 2020
11am-1pm & 2pm-4pm
at Carousel, W1U 8AB
£29.50

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We’ll be celebrating International Women's Day by spending our evening with dominant females in the bird world. In an unusual example of reverse sexual dimorphism, female birds of prey are always one third bigger than males on average (because the females need to lay and incubate eggs). We will draw Harris Hawks that live and hunt in a matriarchal groups, where the dominant female leads a pack of males to work together to catch the food – they’re known as the ‘wolves of the sky’ and it’s one of the only examples of cooperative hunting in the avian world. We’ll also be meeting and drawing a female African Hooded Vulture named Mauve and speaking about the serious conservation issues affecting these birds across the world. Lovely Maggie the Lanner Falcon will also be joinging us – a very pretty and flirtatious bird with distinct love hearts on her breast feathers. We’ll be learning about the nesting and breeding process and how the birds raise their young in just 9 weeks from hatching. All genders welcome of course!

10% of each ticket will be donated to the Vulture Conservation Foundation.

EAGLES

Wednesday 11th March 2020
7pm-9pm
at Walthamstow Wetlands, N17 9NH
£30

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For our first drawing class at the Wetlands this year we focus on majestic eagles – some of the most powerful and iconic birds of the avian world. We will meet Maverick, a gigantic male Golden Eagle, a beautiful female Chilean Blue Eagle and (slightly cheating here) a European Eagle Owl. Along with their dedicated and expert handlers, we will discuss the characteristics of these birds; their hunting techniques, habitats, conservation and how eagles have become cultural icons. There will be plenty of materials to experiment with and helpful tips and creative guidance will be on hand throughout. Prepare to be amazed by the size and stature of these incredible birds!

Wild Life Drawing is working with the finest animal handlers, sanctuaries and organisations to put on these events. All the animals that attend the sessions are well used to humans and different environments and are always accompanied by experienced handlers, their welfare is our highest priority. The falconer that keeps these birds is a trusted and experienced animal handler that works with the RSPCA to rescue, rehabilitate and re-release wild birds of prey around the South of England.

If you would like to redeem your voucher on this class, please email info@wildlifedrawing.co.uk with your code.

WOLVES

Sunday 15th March 2020
11am-1pm
at Town Hall Hotel, E2 9NF
£30

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Our much-loved wolves (full size this time) are back this March for more sketching and stroking in the stunning surrounds of the Council Chamber at the Town Hall Hotel in Bethnal Green. These "wolves" are actually British Lupine dogs that are perfectly tame and loyal domestic pets as well as being perfect wolf look-a-likes – they have pure wolf in their bloodline. They still retain their pack mentality, eat only raw meat and howl at the full moon – yet love cuddles and roll over for belly rubs! The class will be introduced to the “wolves” with a short talk from Canine Behavioural Scientist and 'Head Wolf' Natalie Lagstrom, and we’ll look in detail at their anatomy and how they’ve evolved to adapt to a variety of habitats across the globe.

As well as drawing these amazing animals, we will discuss current conservation issues facing wolves in the wild – plus the results of their incredible reintroduction to Yellowstone. Our wolf experts are full of facts and will be ready and willing to answer any questions you might have and of course, everyone can have a stroke and a cuddle at the end!

And 10% each ticket price will be donated to Wolf Watch UK – which is a non-profit organisation that provides a remote 100 acre woodland sanctuary in Shropshire for wolves that have been displaced due to zoo closures, dominance fights or excess breeding that would otherwise have been euthanised. They're not open to the public, therefore keeping the environment for the wolves as close to their natural secluded habitat as possible.

10% of each ticket will be donated to Wolf Watch UK.

WOLVES

Sunday 15th March 2020
2pm-4pm
at Town Hall Hotel, E2 9NF
£30

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Our much-loved wolves (full size this time) are back this March for more sketching and stroking in the stunning surrounds of the Council Chamber at the Town Hall Hotel in Bethnal Green. These "wolves" are actually British Lupine dogs that are perfectly tame and loyal domestic pets as well as being perfect wolf look-a-likes – they have pure wolf in their bloodline. They still retain their pack mentality, eat only raw meat and howl at the full moon – yet love cuddles and roll over for belly rubs! The class will be introduced to the “wolves” with a short talk from Canine Behavioural Scientist and 'Head Wolf' Natalie Lagstrom, and we’ll look in detail at their anatomy and how they’ve evolved to adapt to a variety of habitats across the globe.

As well as drawing these amazing animals, we will discuss current conservation issues facing wolves in the wild – plus the results of their incredible reintroduction to Yellowstone. Our wolf experts are full of facts and will be ready and willing to answer any questions you might have and of course, everyone can have a stroke and a cuddle at the end!

And 10% each ticket price will be donated to Wolf Watch UK – which is a non-profit organisation that provides a remote 100 acre woodland sanctuary in Shropshire for wolves that have been displaced due to zoo closures, dominance fights or excess breeding that would otherwise have been euthanised. They're not open to the public, therefore keeping the environment for the wolves as close to their natural secluded habitat as possible.

10% of each ticket will be donated to Wolf Watch UK.

RAINFOREST ANIMALS

Wednesday 25th March 2020
7pm-9pm
at London Aquarium, SE1 7PB
£30

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This Spring we're back at the SEA LIFE London Aquarium to explore their incredible Rainforest area with another after-hours drawing class for charity. With a focus on the Amazonian waterways and dense jungles, we will be able to get up close and personal with dwarf crocodiles, snapping turtles, red-bellied piranhas, hissing cockroaches and leaf cutter ants, giraffe nosed cat fish, sleek arowana fish and terrapins that like to balance on top of each other! The class will start with an introduction to rainforest habitats and we will discuss the conservation issues affecting them; including deforestation due to logging and agriculture, commercial fishing, bio-piracy and poaching. Attendees will be able to head off to explore with their drawing boards, and helpful hints and guidance will be on hand from workshop leader, illustrator Jennie Webber.

50% of each ticket will be donated to the Sea Life Trust.

SIGHTHOUNDS

Sunday 29th March 2020
11am-1pm
at Ace Hotel, E1 6JQ
£30

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Very excited to share our first Sighthound Special – a day of drawing classes with Greyhounds, Whippets and Lurchers to raise money for The Greyhound Trust. We’ll be drawing calm and friendly sighthounds of all different sizes, breeds and colours; and all of them will be coming along with their dedicated owners. We will be learning about the characteristics of the sighthound breeds and how they evolved to be such great runners. We'll discuss the realities of greyhound racing and some of the shocking welfare issues attached to that sport. £5 from the price of each ticket will be donated to The Greyhound Trust – a charity working to find happy homes for retired racing hounds. The charity was founded in 1975 by a few greyhound loving pals and since then has ensured over 100,000 greyhounds have gone to loving owners, and continue to rehome at least 3500 more greyhounds every year through their nationwide branches.

£5 of each ticket will be donated to the Greyhound Trust.

SIGHTHOUNDS

Sunday 29th March 2020
2pm-4pm
at Ace Hotel, E1 6JQ
£30

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Very excited to share our first Sighthound Special – a day of drawing classes with Greyhounds, Whippets and Lurchers to raise money for The Greyhound Trust. We’ll be drawing calm and friendly sighthounds of all different sizes, breeds and colours; and all of them will be coming along with their dedicated owners. We will be learning about the characteristics of the sighthound breeds and how they evolved to be such great runners. We'll discuss the realities of greyhound racing and some of the shocking welfare issues attached to that sport. £5 from the price of each ticket will be donated to The Greyhound Trust – a charity working to find happy homes for retired racing hounds. The charity was founded in 1975 by a few greyhound loving pals and since then has ensured over 100,000 greyhounds have gone to loving owners, and continue to rehome at least 3500 more greyhounds every year through their nationwide branches.

£5 of each ticket will be donated to the Greyhound Trust.

RESCUE ANIMALS

Tuesday 31st March 2020
7pm-9pm
at Gipsy Hill Taproom
£30

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To mark the beginning of National Pet Month, we will be focussing our attention on rescue animals or cruelty cases that have gone onto thrive after being re-homed and cared for properly. We will meet and draw a variety of animals that have been rescued and now live happy and healthy lives; Jim and Jemima the Prairie Dog couple (re-homed from an owner that had done no research and was not able to give the proper care), Simon the Blue-Tongued Skink (rescued from a owner who was force breeding), Shelley the Tortoise (re-homed from a sanctuary, she has a deformed shell from improper care), Dave the Degu (was being bullied by other Degu's in a pet shop and now lives within a lovely social group.) We will also be drawing Rabbits and Guinea Pigs, and will focus especially on responsible pet ownership with these species as well as busting some myths about the best and most ethical ways to keep our small furry friends.

We will learn more about the individual stories of these animals, and discuss the dangers facing animals in the pet industry and how we can help. 10% of each ticket sold will be donated to South Essex Wildlife Hospital – a rescue, rehabilitation and public advice charity that takes in sick, injured and orphaned animals from the areas around East London, North Kent and South Essex. No animal is turned away and the hospital often houses 200-300 animals at any one time. They function entirely on donations and volunteers, and our contribution will really make a difference.

10% of each ticket will be donated to the South Essex Wildlife Hospital.

PARROTS

Sunday 26th April 2020
11am-1pm
at Ace Hotel, E1 6JQ
£30

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Delighted to announce another day of drawing classes with our colourful, characterful parrots at Ace Hotel this April. We'll be meeting and drawing four vividly colourful Macaws – Scarlet, Blue & Gold, a Military and a Hyacinth Macaw. These beautiful birds will be accompanied by one of the UK's leading parrot experts, who works to boost populations of rare and endangered species in the wild. We will learn all about these colourful and charismatic birds; their intelligence and ability to talk, their lives in the wild and the many conservation issues affecting the birds in rainforests across the world.

10% of each ticket will be donated to the World Parrot Trust. Rooted in science, this charity is dedicated to saving the world's parrot population by bringing together experts and conservationists to action effective programs to protect the birds and their habitats.

PARROTS

Sunday 26th April 2020
2pm-4pm
at Ace Hotel, E1 6JQ
£30

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Delighted to announce another day of drawing classes with our colourful, characterful parrots at Ace Hotel this April. We'll be meeting and drawing four vividly colourful Macaws – Scarlet, Blue & Gold, a Military and a Hyacinth Macaw. These beautiful birds will be accompanied by one of the UK's leading parrot experts, who works to boost populations of rare and endangered species in the wild. We will learn all about these colourful and charismatic birds; their intelligence and ability to talk, their lives in the wild and the many conservation issues affecting the birds in rainforests across the world.

10% of each ticket will be donated to the World Parrot Trust. Rooted in science, this charity is dedicated to saving the world's parrot population by bringing together experts and conservationists to action effective programs to protect the birds and their habitats.

Supporting good causes

Wild Life Drawing is proud to support all kinds of animals charities through our ticket sales.


To date we have worked with the RSPB, the Sea Life Trust, Battersea Dogs & Cats Home, the British Hen Welfare Trust, Farms not Factories, Wolf Watch UK, Wild at Heart Foundation, the Bumblebee Conservation Trust, the South Essex Wildlife Hospital and the Galapagos Conservation Trust to name but a few, raising money and awareness for welfare and conservation issues around the globe. 10% of our total annual profits are donated to good causes.

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