Studio Dais were approached by BirdsChile to manufacture bespoke soft enamel pins. BirdsChile are a specialist tour operator, operating in Chile, South America, with a focus on wildlife, adventures and of course the safety and sustainability of wild birds in Chile! This is a company who we can get behind!
100 Bespoke Soft Enamel Pins
They required 100 bespoke soft enamel pins to give out at industry trade shows such as the Global Bird Fair in Rutland Water, UK, as well as to give to those who show an interest in their adventure holidays in Chile and other key figures in the industry.
The purpose of the badges was to raise awareness for their cause, which is to ultimately help preserve wild birds in Chile and surrounding areas.
We caught up with co-founder of BirdsChile, Teresa and got a few in-depth answers from her regarding her organisation, their requirements for the bespoke soft enamel pins and how they intend to use them moving forward. Along the way we were also educated on some of the most glorious wild birds in Chile!
We Interview Teresa at BirdsChile About Their New Bespoke Soft Enamel Pins!
WHO ARE BIRDSCHILE AND WHAT IS BIRDSCHILE KNOWN FOR?
BirdsChile is a tour operator based in Chile, South America that offers birding, wildlife and adventure trips throughout Chile, with a special focus in sustainability and responsible tourism. BirdsChile is a Certified B Corporation and it is also known for having a great team of guides and trip leaders, who have extensive knowledge about nature, culture, history and of course wild birds of Chile.
HOW LONG HAVE BIRDSCHILE YOU BEEN IN OPERATION?
BirdsChile began in 2009 and has been growinf year on year.
YOU HAD SOME CUSTOM BADGES MADE, HOW DO YOU PLAN TO USE THEM FOR YOUR BUSINESS AND PROMOTION?
We will give some of the soft enamel pin badges to partners and clients in the Global BirdFair in Rutland Water UK, and the others will be used by our team at the office and in the field over the next year. The aim is to help spread the word and the importance of wild bird conservation, not only in Chile, but the world over.
HOW ARE THINGS IN YOUR SECTOR IN 2023?
Things are going well, we are in the last step of the recovery after the pandemic now so we are looking up and moving forward.
ANY FUTURE DEVELOPMENTS FROM BIRDS CHILE?
We are travelling to the Adventure Travel World Summit in Japan in September 2023 and then we will be back in Chile to start our high season with new experiences in the Route of the Parks of Patagonia and with new Rewilding & Giving back trips in north, central and southern Chile.
HOW HAS IT BEEN WORKING WITH STUDIO DAIS?
Perfect, thank you very much for your work. From the very start, Studio Dais listened and acted on each small point we made. We will certainly be back soon as we plan to explore some of your other custom made merchandise!
ANYTHING YOU WOULD LIKE TO SAY TO YOUR FOLLOWERS?
We are waiting for you in Chile, for a life changing trip discovering the wonders at the end of the world, its nature and culture combined.
Studio Dais Top Three Wild Birds of Chile.
After a nice little interview with Teresa, we asked her to show us some of the most exquisite wild birds of Chile. And here we have compiled a list of three that stood out to us.
The largest flying bird in the world (based on weight and wingspan), the Andean Condor has a wingspan of over three meters and can weigh up to 14 kg, standing at over one metre tall. An incredibly strong flyer, the Condor can reach heights of up to 5,500 metres, where it glides effortlessly through strong currents. SOURCE
Cryptically plumaged chickenlike bird of matorral shrubland, open scrub, and farmland; endemic to central Chile. Found as singles or small groups; most often seen along roadsides early and late in the day. Usually runs away, but if disturbed will flush explosively from underfoot with shrieking whistles. The only tinamou in its range, but compare with distinctively patterned California Quail, which often occurs in same areas. Song is a short, abrupt whistle; given irregularly and hard to trace. SOURCE
The Chilean flamingo is one of the larger species of flamingo. They are closely related to the Greater and Caribbean flamingoes. Juvenile flamingoes are a dull grey-white when hatched, over the next couple of years they will gain their bright pink adult plumage. They have long pink legs and a uniquely designed bill specially adapted to filter feed. SOURCE
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