The collective noun for a Chough is a chatter. The year 1947 saw the last successful nesting attempt of the Chough in Cornwall. A Chough lived near Newquay and patrolled the cliffs alone until 1973 when the last of the Cornish Chough was seen. For the next 28 years, Choughs remained absent from Cornwall until 2001 when they made a natural return to the Cornish cliffs.
This elegant wallpaper celebrates the return of the Chough and has them chattering together on a wall. Available in four different colourways.
Roll Length 10 metres
Pattern Repeat 26 x 26cm
Application Method PASTE THE WALL
Now more than ever we need to take more care and consideration to look after our planet. All Annika Reed papers are FSC Certified and printed with fade proof, environmentally friendly inks. They are made in the UK using Britain’s finest digital wallpaper manufacturer helping to reduce our carbon footprint.
Please note all wallpaper is printed in batches. There can be a slight difference in colour between each batch to avoid this we print to order.
Please allow 2-6 weeks for delivery and ensure you order the correct quality of rolls to enable the perfect match.
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The collective noun for a Chough is a chatter. The year 1947 saw the last successful nesting attempt of the Chough in Cornwall. A Chough lived near Newquay and patrolled...