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Cranes in the Community

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The Great Crane Project has just hosted two fabulous Nature in Art Community days, where people from the local community came together with local artists and volunteers to get inspiration from the wildlfie and habitats on the RSPB's wetland reserves and then create their own painted wooden cranes.  This is part of an intergenerational project, run by Somerset Art Works. 

Artist Fiona Campbell has also been working with  children from local schools and the project's volunteers creating two-dimensional wire-work sculptures inspired by cranes and wetlands.working on the designs

Read more and see pictures at - http://greatcraneart.blogspot.com/

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Damon’s role is to act as the hub of the project - making sure everyone involved knows what is going on and that it is all running smoothly. He is also responsible for project community awareness work in Somerset, construction of the release enclosure, and running the post release monitoring work in Somerset.  Damon works alongside the RSPB reserve teams in Somerset.