Journal — WBSJ

Ryoko Mutasono

An unusual migration: The Wild Bird Society of Japan now at wagumi

An unusual migration: The Wild Bird Society of Japan now at wagumi

Earlier this year a Pacific Swift made an unexpected appearance in Aberdeenshire. A classic form in the Japanese summer sky, on spring migration it had somehow set out in the wrong direction and was found circling over Scotland. This was auspicious perhaps to the unusual migration we have also arranged from Japan, for late summer at wagumi.  In their home country the Wild Bird Society of Japan are known both for their work in conservation, and more recently for their engaging range of design products. These present a timely combination of practical style, and concern for the natural environment. Scan...

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