I’ve recently been commissioned by the Leicestershire and Rutland Ornithological Society to produce interpretive boards for several sites in my home county of Leicestershire. The idea was to show relevant species found at each site, along with some information about the birds to be seen at different times of the year. The first two boards, at Albert Village Lake and Beacon Hill, were installed early in 2011, and have already proved to be very popular with visitors. Further boards have now been installed at Eyebrook Reservoir and Hicks Lodge, and more will be appearing at other sites including Bradgate Park and Sence Valley Forest Park very soon. Four designs can be seen below – click on the images to see a larger version in a new window.
I am available to produce similar boards for nature reserves and other wildlife sites, and can supply stock artwork of most common British birds, butterflies and dragonflies. Alternatively, completely new artwork can be commissioned specific to your site. Please contact me for details and prices, either just for artwork, or for a complete design service. The originals of the boards shown here are B1 size (1000 x 707mm), but boards can be produced at any size.