WBSJ Walking Birds Masking Tape
Many people in Japan feel an affinity to garden birds, and to those you might encounter easily on a town or country walk. With a line up surprisingly similar to that in the UK, there are some notable differences, such as the White-cheeked Starling or the Japanese White-eye. The birds selected on these tapes are simple symbols of the under appreciated beauty of the natural world, as selected by the Wild Bird Society of Japan.
The tapes are available in three colours and widths: 15mm light blue, 18mm light orange, 24mm light green.
They feature common bird species, the logo of the WBSJ and the words: ’Nihon no yacho’ (Birds of Japan).