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Chris Packham's Springwatch T-shirts

Jeremy Torrance web producer Jeremy Torrance web producer | 09:34 UK time, Wednesday, 7 July 2010

Judging from the comments on the messageboard, Twitter and blog, Chris's cryptic T-shirts got a few of you rather intrigued during Springwatch. So here's a video of the man himself to explain the meaning behind his range of nature-inspired, typically quirky T-shirts.

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If you'd like to find out more, here are the organisations Chris was supporting:

  • The ornate butterfly spiral shirt, inspired by Damien Hirst, supports the work of Butterfly Conservation.
  • His anarchic 'God save the queen bumble bees' artwork was worn to highlight the Bumblebee Conservation Trust's efforts.
  • 'Spitfires and swallows' raises awareness of the BTO's 'Out of Africa' campaign, which is investigating the challenges for our sub-Saharan migrants.
  • As a woodcock afficianado, Chris couldn't resist bringing your attention to the Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust's work to boost woodcock numbers.

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