ROADRAGEART Recycled metal art Butterfly sculpture / ornament / wall art
Handmade Recycled Car Parts Butterfly was made with so many details using many different parts of cars. It is a unique item. This Butterfly will suit any garden setting to make the home/business/garden cheerful.
We file to make each surface smooth as possible but it is not suitable for children to play .
They can be personalised and make wonderful happy birthday,special occasion,christmas,Anniversary, creative art gifts lovingly handmade/handcrafted ,welded and painted in Cambridge, England (UK- United Kingdom)
(Cambridge is a city on the River Cam in eastern England, home to the prestigious University of Cambridge, dating to 1209. University colleges include King’s, famed for its choir and towering Gothic chapel, as well as Trinity, founded by Henry VIII, and St John’s, with its 16th-century Great Gate. University museums have exhibits on archaeology and anthropology, polar exploration, the history of science and zoology.)
Butterflies conjure up images of sunshine, the warmth and colour of flowery meadows, and summer gardens teaming with life. Sadly, four butterflies became extinct during the last 150 years. Three-quarters of British butterflies are in decline.
The 56 species in Britain and Ireland are under threat today from unprecedented environmental change. Butterflies and moths have been recognised by the Government as indicators of biodiversity. Their fragility makes them quick to react to change so their struggle to survive is a serious warning about our environment.
Habitats have been destroyed on a massive scale, and now patterns of climate and weather are shifting unpredictably in response to pollution of the atmosphere but the disappearance of these beautiful creatures is more serious than just a loss of colour in the countryside.
Conserving butterflies will improve our whole environment for wildlife and enrich the lives of people now and in the future.
Why butterflies and moths are important
There are many reasons why butterflies and moths are important, both in their own right but also as quality of life indicators. The following are the main reasons for conserving butterflies and moths in the UK and around the world.
- Butterflies and moths are intrinsically valuable and are worthy of conservation in their own right.
- Butterflies and moths are part of Life on Earth and an important component of its rich biodiversity.
- They have been around for at least 50 million years and probably first evolved some 150 million years ago.
- Butterflies and moths are a highly diverse group comprising over 250,000 species and make up around one quarter of all named species.
- Butterflies are flagship species for conservation in general, and in particular for invertebrates.
- Butterflies and moths are part of our natural heritage and have been studied for over 300 years.
- Butterflies and moths are beautiful. Many are iconic and popular.
- People like butterflies.
- There are many references to butterflies and moths in literature, from the Bible through Shakespeare to modern day literature, and from poetry to musical lyrics.
- Butterflies are used by advertisers and illustrators the world over as way of indicating that something is environmentally friendly.
- Butterflies are often portrayed as the essence of nature or as representing freedom, beauty or peace.
- Butterflies and moths have fascinating life-cycles that are used in many countries to teach children about the natural world. The transformation from egg to caterpillar to chrysalis is one of the wonders of nature.
- Other educational aspects include the intricate wing patterns and iridescence, and as examples of insect migration.
- Butterflies (and moths to a lesser extent) are an extremely important group of ‘model’ organisms used, for centuries, to investigate many areas of biological research, including such diverse fields as navigation, pest control, embryology, mimicry, evolution, genetics, population dynamics and biodiversity conservation.
- The long history and popularity of butterfly study have provided a unique data resource on an insect group unmatched in geographical scale and timescale anywhere in the world. This has proved extremely important for scientific research on climate change.
- Butterflies and moths are indicators of a healthy environment and healthy ecosystems.
- They indicate a wide range of other invertebrates, which comprise over two-thirds of all species.
- Areas rich in butterflies and moths are rich in other invertebrates. These collectively provide a wide range of environmental benefits, including pollination and natural pest control.
- Moths and butterflies are an important element of the food chain and are prey for birds, bats and other insectivorous animals (for example, in Britain and Ireland, Blue Tits eat an estimated 50 billion moth caterpillars each year).
- Butterflies and moths support a range of other predators and parasites, many of which are specific to individual species, or groups of species.
- Butterflies have been widely used by ecologists as model organisms to study the impact of habitat loss and fragmentation, and climate change.
- People enjoy seeing butterflies both around their homes and in the countryside.
- Over 10,000 people record butterflies and moths in the UK alone, involving getting outside and walking considerable distances. Over 850 sites are monitored each week in the UK and collectively volunteers have walked the equivalent of the distance to the moon counting butterflies.
- Several hundreds of thousands of people garden for wildlife in the UK, many of them specifically for butterflies and moths.
- Thousands of people travel abroad each year looking for butterflies and moths. Eco-tours bring valuable income to many European countries and developing countries around the world (e.g. the valley of the butterflies in Rhodes and the Monarch roost in Mexico).
- Every butterfly and moth has developed its own suite of chemicals to deter predators and parasites, find a mate, and overcome the chemical defences of its host plant. Each of these chemicals has a potential value and could be exploited economically.
The total number of moths recorded in Rothamsted trap samples has declined by a third since 1968.
Coated in a lacquer finish so they can be left outside all year. Please use a clear spray lacquer to maintain the finished look and when it is required. It is not light metal so it will not fly away.
Note: All recycled metal and car parts garden art sculptures are individually crafted, so sizes, stances, and design slightly may vary. Please be aware that some metal ornaments may contain sharp edges.
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RETURN & REFUND POLICY
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We love being able to create unique artwork from recycled car parts for customers and friends. If you are looking to buy a custom-made item, contact us at email@example.com and we can discuss what you're looking for us to make.
Please note, when we make a custom item it may take some time to find the best-recycled materials and to make your item perfect. This will take approximately 2-10 weeks. Please allow extra time on production and delivery of custom orders. All our orders are custom orders after we agreed on the picture and once the art leaves our art studio, there is no refund by the seller. Alteration of the art can be done after buyers pick up their order with an extra hourly rate done by the seller. The Seller will send the extra hourly rate invoice by email and the buyer must pay for the fee. Shipment and delivery need to return to the art studio due to alteration, the buyer needs to pay for this all.
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