Donate to Save Exotic Birds! Nature + Fashion Fusion

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Donate to Save Exotic Birds! Nature + Fashion Fusion

From Sweetbirdfashions Clothings

Many consumers don’t realize how many fashion designers are inspired by nature. In Hawai’i, that tropical paradise, more than 70 bird species have gone extinct since humans arrived.

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“Nature is the best fabric pattern!” Quote from Sweetbirdfashions

Many consumers don’t realize how many fashion designers are inspired by nature. In Hawaii, that tropical paradise, more than 70 bird species have gone extinct since humans arrived. The beautiful, liquid song of the Palila was once thought a sign of rain. Now the distinctive sound is rarely heard.

Sweetbirdfashions is inspired by birds such as the Palili. Natures combinations can be seen throughout the history of fashion. Sweetbirdfashions donates to the Bird Conservatory in order to help preserve birds in danger. A portion of your donation will go towards these efforts.

Nature is the best fabric pattern!”

As we ramp up for our business, we believe “You’ll be chirping fashion!”. We provide direct shipping from our online store, helping consumers preserve the air quality by reducing their needs to drive their vehicles to get great fashion! We will ship to any city within the 50 United States and have the potential to serve millions of consumers annually, potentially conserving 8,887,000,000 grams of CO2 annually. Every gallon of gasoline burned creates about 8,887 grams of CO2. Carbon dioxide emissions in the atmosphere are harmful. The carbon footprints of 18 average Americans can be neutralized by one acre of hardwood trees. Managed forests accumulate more carbon per acre than unmanaged forests. These trees house some of the rarest and exotic birds nationwide.

Donation: $10 minimum

“An Americas-wide landscape where diverse interests collaborate to ensure that native bird species and their habitats are protected … where their protection is valued by society … and where they are routinely considered in all land-use and policy decision-making.”  -unknown author

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