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Links with China: Woodland Wildlife - Barn Owl Sheet of Ten

Links with China: Woodland Wildlife - Barn Owl Sheet of Ten

£5.20

The Barn Owl has golden coloured upper parts with silver-grey and white underparts and a distinctive white heart-shaped face. Although not strictly a woodland animal, Barn Owls may roost or nest in any tree that meets their requirements. They generally live in open areas of countryside, on farmland or at woodland edges, particularly where there is a high number of small mammals for feeding. The stamp sheets give the discerning collector access to all the printer's marks and any additional information on the selvedges.

This item is currently out of stock

Date of issue 02/09/2019
Withdrawal date 02/09/2021
Designer Wang Huming & Martin Mörck
Sheet 10
Size 36mm x 36mm
Process Four colour offset lithography
Denominations 52p

Additional Information

In recent years, China and Jersey have shared many exchanges between schoolchildren, businessmen and women as well as government representatives and dignitaries. The purposes of the visits are wide-reaching and can involve exploring each other’s cultures and ways of life.

 The fifth and final instalment in the series looking at Jersey’s natural links with China features some of the species of woodland wildlife that have been recorded in both locations, each representing two ends of the same eco-zone, the Palearctic.

Additional Information

In recent years, China and Jersey have shared many exchanges between schoolchildren, businessmen and women as well as government representatives and dignitaries. The purposes of the visits are wide-reaching and can involve exploring each other’s cultures and ways of life.

 The fifth and final instalment in the series looking at Jersey’s natural links with China features some of the species of woodland wildlife that have been recorded in both locations, each representing two ends of the same eco-zone, the Palearctic.