Northern Lapwing

During breeding season, the Northern Lapwing (translation kievit) forms its nests in Belgian grasslands and farming lands. It loses its breeding grounds because of the growth in human population, and by extension the urbanization of our landscape. 

Many species are losing territory and our biodiversity is shrinking. This bird, with its recognizable black and white feathers, flies high as a symbol, a voice for those species who are being pushed aside for humanity. We need to learn how to live side by side (like the black and white pattern) and not push away Earth's inhabitants.

Part of the 'Tour Elentrik' project by Treepack where dull and boring cabinets are being transformed in eye catching artworks
Created on April 25, 2020
Groenendaallaan 346, 2030 Antwerpen, België
Hunted by Tim Marschang.

Marker details

Camera usedONEPLUS A5010
Date created2020-04-25T22:00:00.000Z
Marker typeartwork