Wild Postcard Gallery 2021

Wild Postcard Gallery, is an online gallery open to all ages to create and submit Biro (ballpoint pen) drawings of their favourite wild animals. Part of Drawing for the Planet Artist and Founder Jane Lee McCracken's Where Did All the Animals Go? (WDATAG?) art and environmental education project, in partnership with international wildlife charity Born Free, this gallery was launched by Jane in 2019 at BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art here.  Find out how to submit your drawing below.


Since 2019 hundreds of wildlife drawings by children and adults have been created for the gallery with people from across the globe sending photographs of their drawings to be featured in the gallery. As the gallery has grown it can now be viewed in separate annual galleries. Scroll down this page to see all drawings created between 2019-2020. To view annual, country and regional galleries click on the links below:

2022 Gallery
2019 - 2020 Gallery
Kenya Gallery
Guyana Gallery
California Gallery


The aim of Wild Postcard Gallery is to spread the gift of drawing, using Jane's preferred medium, the humble Biro, and the beauty of wildlife far and wide, as well as nurturing emotional connections with vulnerable species to further help in their conservation: "if we care, we want to conserve". By making a drawing of a wild animal for this gallery and sharing it with friends and family or on social media, your drawing is not only helping to highlight the rich diversity of our planet's wildlife and the unique beauty of individual species but could encourage others to get involved in species conservation. 

Enjoy drawing and some creative ‘you-time’. The next time you pick up your Biro, think of the animal you drew and how the world is a better place for its existence. Remember, EVERYONE, CAN DRAW!" Jane Lee McCracken






The concept of the online Wild Postcard Gallery is simple and open to all ages:

  • Pick up a ballpoint pen (or pencil / paint if you don't have a ballpoint pen), get creative and draw your favourite wild animal on a blank postcard, piece of paper or drawing surface 

  • If you can't draw the animal in the wild use a found image as inspiration or draw from your imagination

  • Your drawing doesn't have to be photo-realistic, express yourself and enjoy drawing and being transported. We all have our own unique drawing styles which are all valid!

  • Watch Jane's video below for drawing tips and wildlife inspiration
  • Send an image or scan of your drawing, your name, town and country to jane@janeleemccracken.co.uk for your drawing to be featured

  • Send your drawing as a gift to someone special to brighten up their day or put it in your window for your neighbours to enjoy

  • Spread the word and ask others to pick up a pen and make a drawing of their favourite wild animal for the gallery


      Here are some things you can do to help wildlife:

      • Research your favourite animal and how you can further help with its conservation

      • Check out Drawing for the Planet's 12 Ways You Can Help Wildlife here

      • Tell others about what you have learnt and how they can help wildlife

      • Check out Born Free Learn at Home Packs here

      Find out more about Where Did All the Animals Go? project here


      The following Biro Drawing Workshop video made by Jane as a free resource features drawing tips and inspirational wildlife footage courtesy of Born Free.


      The gallery displays Biro drawings submitted by artists of all ages from age 5 months upwards, depicting a wide array of species, including those very much ingrained in the human psyche such as tigers and elephants alongside lesser-known species such as the Spiderman agama lizard and the critically endangered Kakapo. 

      To date, more than 120,000 species have been assessed for The IUCN Red List and more than 32,000 of these species are considered to be threatened with extinction – 27% of assessed species. IUCN Red List

      The IUCN (International Union for Conservation) Red List categories below are included in the titles of each drawing. Check out threatened species at iucnredlist.org 


      Jane and the Drawing for the Planet Team would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to everyone who has contributed to Wild Postcard Gallery and subsequently Where Did All the Animals Go? project. 

      2021 DRAWINGS

      Fire and Ice (Sumatran and white tiger) Megan Winton age 23, Kent


      Moose LEAST CONCERN Elizabeth Atkinson age 6, Whickham


      Bengal Tiger ENDANGERED


      Bald Eagle LEAST CONCERN


      Green Turtle ENDANGERED


      Giant Panda VULNERABLE


      Cheetah VULNERABLE


      Giant Panda VULNERABLE


      Bald Eagle LEAST CONCERN


      Giant Panda VULNERABLE


      Cobra Mateo age 9, TOW, Laguna Beach, California


      Grévy's Zebra ENDANGERED Zoe Goldhawk age 9, Kent


      Malayan Tiger CRITICALLY ENDANGERED Rían Wootten, Bexleyheath, Kent


      Narwhal LEAST CONCERN Rowan age 5, Sunniside, Tyne and Wear

       Rowan and his Narwhal drawing


      Bengal Tiger ENDANGERED Tallula, Year 6 Cramlington Primary


      17 August 2021

      As part of Where Did All the Animals Go? exhibition at Great North Museum: Hancock, Jane was invited to deliver a drop-in wildlife Biro drawing workshop in Living Planet Gallery. Visitors of all ages, including children, parents and grandparents, created over 100 drawings of global species featured in the exhibition, some of which are critically endangered, endangered, vulnerable and near threatened:

      Kakapo CRITICALLY ENDANGERED (population: 204 individuals) Ruth Sheldon, Great North Museum: Hancock Team


      Cheetah VULNERABLE (population: 6,674), Isla


      Polar Bear VULNERABLE (population: 20,000 - 25,000), Evans


      Macaroni Penguin VULNERABLE (population: DECREASING), Krysia


      Yellow-footed Rock Wallaby NEAR THREATENED (population: UNKNOWN), Aya


      Aye-aye ENDANGERED (population: DECREASING), Chloe age 11


      Greater Prairie Chicken NEAR THREATENED (population: 360,000) Chloe age 11


      Coquerel's Sifaka CRITICALLY ENDANGERED (population: UNKNOWN), Chloe age 11


      Lesser Chameleon ENDANGERED (population: UNKNOWN), Harrison


      Koala VULNERABLE (population: 100,000 - 500,000), Macey


      Coastal Peacock Spider UNCLASSIFIED (population: UNKNOWN), Joni


      Sun Parakeet ENDANGERED (population: 1000 - 2,499), Lydia


      Ring-tailed Lemur ENDANGERED (population: 2,000 - 2,400), Fraser


      Small Tortoiseshell UNSPECIFIED (BAP Species), Riley G.


      Eurasian Red Squirrel ENDANGERED UK (population: 140,000), Teddy


      Bower's Parrotfish NEAR THREATENED (population: UNKNOWN), Hallie


      White Shark VULNERABLE (population: DECREASING), Conrad, Edinburgh


      West African Giraffe VULNERABLE (population: 100,000), Sara, Edinburgh


      Yellow-footed Rock Wallaby NEAR THREATENED (population: UNKNOWN), Hugo age 8

       Quokka VULNERABLE (population: 7,500 - 15,000), Berry


      Giant Armadillo VULNERABLE (population: DECREASING), Geordie


      Bald-headed Uakari VULNERABLE (population: DECREASING), Geordie


      Fiji Crested Iguana CRITICALLY ENDANGERED (population: 12,000 - 14,000), Geordie 


      Blue-throated Macaw CRITICALLY ENDANGERED (population: 50 - 249), Berry and Geordie's Father


      White Shark VULNERABLE (population: DECREASING), Jamie


      White Shark VULNERABLE (population: DECREASING), Hallie


      Cheetah VULNERABLE (population: 6,674), Sophia age 4 (Sophia had a plaster cast on her right arm so created the drawing with her left hand)


      African Savanna Elephant VULNERABLE (population: 415,000), Emily


      Lavaste's Viper VULNERABLE (population: UNKNOWN), Emily


      Red-billed (White-throated) Toucan VULNERABLE (population: UNKNOWN), George


      Small Tortoiseshell UNSPECIFIED (BAP Species), Edward


      Yellow-footed Rock Wallaby NEAR THREATENED (population: UNKNOWN), Connie


      Fiji Crested Iguana CRITICALLY ENDANGERED (population: 12,000 - 14,000), Hugo 


      African Savanna Elephant VULNERABLE (population: 415,000), Neil


      Macaroni Penguin VULNERABLE (population: DECREASING), Riley age 8


      Radiated Tortoise CRITICALLY ENDANGERED (population: UNKNOWN), Alfie


      Cheetah VULNERABLE (population: 6,674), Rafi


      African Lion VULNERABLE (population: 20,000), Rafi and Isaac


      Koala VULNERABLE (population: 100,000 - 500,000), Isaac


      American Crocodile VULNERABLE (population: UNKNOWN), Isaac 


      Sun Parakeet ENDANGERED (population: 1000 - 2,499), Isaac


      Dorcas Gazelle VULNERABLE (population: 35,000 - 40,000), Rafi and Diana


      Yellow-footed Rock Wallaby NEAR THREATENED (population: UNKNOWN), Diana 


      Aye-aye ENDANGERED (population: UNKNOWN), Grace


      African Wild Dog ENDANGERED (population: 8,000), Brooke (Grace's Mother)


      Sky Blue Poison Dart Frog ENDANGERED (population: UNKNOWN), Poppy


      Northern Rockhopper Penguin ENDANGERED (population: 480,000), Olivia


      Lavaste's Viper VULNERABLE (population: UNKNOWN), Seth


      Lavaste's Viper VULNERABLE (population: UNKNOWN), Samuel


      Small Tortoiseshell UNSPECIFIED (BAP Species), Serena


      Macaroni Penguin VULNERABLE (population:DECREASING), Shirley


      Cagle's Map River Turtle ENDANGERED (population: 11,000 - 13,000), Harriette and Erika 

      Small Tortoiseshell UNSPECIFIED (BAP Species), Scarlett


      Atlantic Puffin RED (UK) VULNERABLE (Global) (population: 580,000 pairs), Caitlin


      Green Turtle ENDANGERED (population: DECREASING), Evan D.


      Eurasian Red Squirrel ENDANGERED UK (population: 140,000), Poppy and Daddy


      Dorcas Gazelle VULNERABLE (population: 35,000 - 40,000), Rosie


      African Savanna Elephant VULNERABLE (population: 415,000), Tracey Williams 


      Lantern Bug UNCLASSIFIED (population: UNKNOWN), Finn


      Quokka VULNERABLE (population: 7,500 - 15,000), Clare


      Koala VULNERABLE (population: 100,000 - 500,000), Lily


      Atlantic Puffin RED (UK) VULNERABLE (Global) (population: 580,000 pairs), Tilly


      Red Fox LEAST CONCERN (population: STABLE), Alaina


      Scarlet Macaw LEAST CONCERN (population:DECREASING), Noah


      West African Giraffe VULNERABLE (population: 100,000), Heidi


      Sun Parakeet ENDANGERED (population: 1000 - 2,499), Anonymous


      African Lion VULNERABLE (population: 20,000), Frankie


      Red Deer LEAST CONCERN (population: INCREASING), Amy and Skyla


      Black Bearded Saki ENDANGERED (population: DECREASING), Logan and Mum


      Coastal Peacock Spider UNCLASSIFIED (population: UNKNOWN), Kaiser and Mum 


      Koala VULNERABLE (population: 100,000 - 500,000), Ellianna


      African Lion VULNERABLE (population: 20,000), Cora age 11


      Small Tortoiseshell UNSPECIFIED (BAP Species), Tori


      Iberian Lynx ENDANGERED (population: 156), Mary


      Gyrfalcon LEAST CONCERN (population: 20,000 - 49,999), Fraizer


      Western Chimpanzee ENDANGERED (population: 18,000 - 65,000), Felicity age 5


      Green Turtle ENDANGERED (population: DECREASING), Imarah age 8


      Green Turtle ENDANGERED (population: DECREASING), Alison Taylor


      Small Tortoiseshell UNSPECIFIED (BAP Species), Mabel


      West African Giraffe VULNERABLE (population: 100,000), Lola-Rose


      Bower's Parrotfish NEAR THREATENED (population: UNKNOWN), Harley


      Indo-Pacific Finless Porpoise VULNERABLE (population: DECREASING), Ella Mae


      Cheetah VULNERABLE (population: 6,674), Drew


      Scarlet Macaw LEAST CONCERN (population:DECREASING), Ryan age 3


      Tiger ENDANGERED (population: 2,154 - 3,159), Florence age 5

       African Savanna Elephant VULNERABLE (population: 415,000), Isabella age 7


      Atlantic Puffin RED (UK) VULNERABLE (Global) (population: 580,000 pairs), Isabella age 7


       Reindeer VULNERABLE (population: 2,890,400), Isabella age 7


      Aye-aye ENDANGERED (population: UNKNOWN), Gabriel


      Greater Prairie Chicken NEAR THREATENED (population: 360,000), Scarlet


      Eurasian Red Squirrel ENDANGERED UK (population: 140,000), Scarlet


      Red Wolf CRITICALLY ENDANGERED (population: 9), Paul Donnelly


      Cheetah VULNERABLE (population: 6,674), Harriett age 7



      Pebas Stubfoot Toad VULNERABLE (population: DECREASING), Harriett age 7


      Atlantic Puffin RED (UK) VULNERABLE (Global) (population: 580,000 pairs), Harriett's Father


      Horsfield's Tarsier VULNERABLE (population: DECREASING), Grace


      Atlantic Puffin RED (UK) VULNERABLE (Global) (population: 580,000 pairs), Nicola, Grace's Mother


      Small Tortoiseshell UNSPECIFIED (BAP Species), Lucy


      Fiji Crested Iguana CRITICALLY ENDANGERED (population: 12,000 - 14,000), Theo

       Tiger ENDANGERED (population: 2,154 - 3,159), Sacha and Grandpa


      Small Tortoiseshell UNSPECIFIED (BAP Species), Gracie age 9


      Western Chimpanzee ENDANGERED (population: 18,000 - 65,000), Lynsay


      Small Tortoiseshell UNSPECIFIED (BAP Species), Lynsay


      Red Deer LEAST CONCERN (population: INCREASING), Anis


      Ocean Sunfish VULNERABLE (population: DECREASING), Emma


      Radiated Tortoise CRITICALLY ENDANGERED (population: UNKNOWN), Jenna


      28 October 2021

      As part of Great North Museum: Hancock's Marine Day, Jane was invited to deliver a drop-in wildlife Biro drawing workshop in Living Planet Gallery. Visitors, including children from age 2 upwards, parents, grandparents and guardians, created drawings of marine species some of which are critically endangered, endangered, vulnerable and near threatened such as the White Shark, Hawksbill Turtle and Galapagos Sea Lion.

      Also included to draw in this workshop were some weird and wonderful sea creatures such as the Blue Sea Dragon, Peacock Mantis Shrimp, Pompom Crab, Sea Angel, Shame-faced Crab, Leafy Seadragon, Flamingo Tongue Seasnail, Yeti Crab, Bigfin Squid, Glowing Sucker Octopus, and a new species previously unknown to science, the Stingcat, discovered by Rosa.


      Sharks are vital to the health of our oceans and the eco-systems they inhabit, yet around 100 million sharks are killed every year. Sharks are threatened by the global fishing industry, caught for their body parts and as bycatch by aggregating devices or illegal drift nets while fishing for other species, as well as hunting for sport, beach protection programs and pollution. Shark species have declined by 70% over the last 50 years. Every country has a role to play in shark conservation, ensuring ocean sanctuaries are created to protect sharks. Humans are guests in sharks domain yet our respect for and understanding of our hosts is often clouded by folklore and media misrepresentation. Many shark species are drifting towards extinction and we may soon lose these beautiful creatures from our oceans.

      Show sharks some love:

      • Don't use shark products
      • Reduce your seafood consumption
      • Recycle and reduce plastic consumption
      • Tell others, including on social media, about the threats to sharks 
      • Donate to shark organisations 

      Common Bottlenose Dolphin LEAST CONCERN (population: UNKNOWN), Phoebe


      Leafy Seadragon LEAST CONCERN (population: DECREASING), Laura Gosset, Head of Education, Born Free


      Green Turtle ENDANGERED (population: DECREASING), Martin, Sussex

      Bigfin Squid DATA DEFICIENT (population: UNKNOWN), Oliver


      Ocellate Octopus DATA DEFICIENT (population: UNKNOWN), Hayden


      Green Turtle ENDANGERED (population: DECREASING), Emmie

      Ocellate Octopus DATA DEFICIENT (population: UNKNOWN), Jamaymah

       Ocean scene Lewis age 6


      Living Planet Gallery Collection Alexis


      Mandarinfish LEAST CONCERN (population: UNKNOWN), Angela


      Various ocean speciesAmberlilly age 8


      Spiny Seahorse VULNERABLE (population: DECREASING), Amelie


      White Shark VULNERABLE (population: DECREASING), Max

       Pompom Crab LEAST CONCERN (population: UNKNOWN), Sharon


      Blue Whale ENDANGERED (population: 5,000 - 15,000), Harry age 7


      Spiny Seahorse VULNERABLE (population: DECREASING), Isla age 5


      Ocean scene Kaitlyn

       White Shark VULNERABLE (population: DECREASING), Emily age 2


      Green Turtle ENDANGERED (population: DECREASING), Abby age 8


      White Shark VULNERABLE (population: DECREASING), Aidan age 5


      Glowing Sucker Octopus Stauroteuthis syrtensis DATA DEFICIENT(population: UNKNOWN), Dorothy 


      Pufferfish LEAST CONCERN (population: UNKNOWN), Madeleine

      Spiny Seahorse VULNERABLE (population: DECREASING) Jess and Anna's Mother


      Peacock Mantis Shrimp Odontodactylus scyllarus DATA DEFICIENT (population: UNKNOWN), Jess

       Hawksbill Turtle CRITICALLY ENDANGERED (population: DECREASING), Theo age 5


      Common Bottlenose Dolphin LEAST CONCERN (population: UNKNOWN), Daisy 

       White Shark VULNERABLE (population: DECREASING), Katie


      Peacock Mantis Shrimp Odontodactylus scyllarus DATA DEFICIENT (population: UNKNOWN), Ariella age 4


      Bluespotted Lagoon Ray LEAST CONCERN (population: INCREASING), Elijah age 8


      Picasso Triggerfish LEAST CONCERN (population: INCREASING), Lee M.


      Hawksbill Turtle CRITICALLY ENDANGERED (population: DECREASING), Portia


      White Shark VULNERABLE (population: DECREASING), Freddie


      Galathea Pilosa Squat Lobster DATA DEFICIENT (population: UNKNOWN), Harriet


      Horned Ghost Crab DATA DEFICIENT (population: UNKNOWN), Nancy


      Narwhal LEAST CONCERN (population: 123,000), Hannah


      Study of museum collection, Grayson age 7


      Galapagos Sea Lion ENDANGERED (population: 9,200 - 10,600), Cillian


      White Shark VULNERABLE (population: DECREASING), Ian


      White Shark VULNERABLE (population: DECREASING), Lily-mai


      Picasso Triggerfish LEAST CONCERN (population: INCREASING), Bethany


      Peacock Mantis Shrimp Odontodactylus scyllarus DATA DEFICIENT (population: UNKNOWN), Hamdan


      Bluespotted Lagoon Ray LEAST CONCERN (population: INCREASING), Wadan


      Sunflower Starfish CRITICALLY ENDANGERED (population: 80,627,721), Lilly-Rose


      Flamingo Tongue Snail DATA DEFICIENT (population: UNKNOWN) Keira

      Picasso Triggerfish LEAST CONCERN (population: INCREASING), Hani

      Spiny Seahorse VULNERABLE (population: DECREASING) Florence 


      Leopard Seal LEAST CONCERN (population: 18,000) Lily age 4


      Giant Pacific Octopus LEAST CONCERN (population: UNKNOWN) Omar


      Giant Pacific Octopus LEAST CONCERN (population: UNKNOWN), Nancy


      Stingcat discovered 28 October 2021 by Rosa


      Southern Right Whale LEAST CONCERN (population: UNKNOWN) Logan

       Pufferfish LEAST CONCERN (population: UNKNOWN), Natashia


      Clarion Angelfish VULNERABLE (population: STABLE), Pufferfish LEAST CONCERN (population: UNKNOWN), 
      Leopard Seal LEAST CONCERN (population: 18,000), 
      Narwhal LEAST CONCERN (population: 123,000), Emily


      Hawksbill Turtle CRITICALLY ENDANGERED (population: DECREASING), Ellie


      Sockeye Salmon LEAST CONCERN (population: STABLE), 
      Narwhal LEAST CONCERN (population: 123,000), Miles

      Spiny Seahorse VULNERABLE (population: DECREASING), Olivia P.


      Spiny Seahorse VULNERABLE (population: DECREASING), Isla


      Whale Shark ENDANGERED (population: DECREASING), Evie


      Green Humphead Parrotfish VULNERABLE (population: DECREASING), Annie


      Giant Pacific Octopus LEAST CONCERN (population: UNKNOWN), Kyle


      Whale Shark ENDANGERED (population: DECREASING), Lexi


       Drawing of Living Planet Gallery collection, Millie

       Ocean Sunfish VULNERABLE, Pufferfish LEAST CONCERN (population: UNKNOWN), Daisy


      Ocean scene with White Shark VULNERABLE (population: DECREASING), Callum

      Ocean scene, Amelia


      Sea Angel DATA DEFICIENT (population: UNKNOWN), Lydia age 4


      Common Bottlenose Dolphin LEAST CONCERN (population: UNKNOWN), Belinda B.


      Crown Jellyfish DATA DEFICIENT (population: UNKNOWN), Phoebe age 3


      Clarion Angelfish VULNERABLE (population: STABLE), April 


      Pufferfish LEAST CONCERN (population: UNKNOWN), Robyn


      Common Bottlenose Dolphin LEAST CONCERN (population: UNKNOWN), Julie


      Spiny Seahorse VULNERABLE (population: DECREASING), Julie


      Crown Jellyfish DATA DEFICIENT (population: UNKNOWN), Elizabeth


      Mandarinfish LEAST CONCERN (population: UNKNOWN), Elizabeth 


      Hawksbill Turtle CRITICALLY ENDANGERED (population: DECREASING), Pufferfish LEAST CONCERN (population: UNKNOWN), Brooklyn


      Clarion Angelfish VULNERABLE (population: STABLE), Madeleine


      Horned Ghost Crab DATA DEFICIENT (population: UNKNOWN), Anna


      Ocellate Octopus DATA DEFICIENT (population: UNKNOWN), Arthur age 7


      White Shark VULNERABLE (population: DECREASING), artist age 4


      Green Turtle ENDANGERED (population: DECREASING), Isabel age 6


      Ocean Scene, Remy


      Giant Pacific Octopus LEAST CONCERN (population: UNKNOWN), Fleur


      Glowing Sucker Octopus Stauroteuthis syrtensis DATA DEFICIENT(population: UNKNOWN), young artist


      Mandarinfish LEAST CONCERN (population: UNKNOWN), Juliet


      White Shark VULNERABLE (population: DECREASING), Beatrice 


      Bower's Parrotfish NEAR THREATENED (population: UNKNOWN), young artist


      Red Lionfish LEAST CONCERN (population: INCREASING), Sophia


      Narwhal LEAST CONCERN (population: 123,000), Daddy and Jack age 3


      Clarion Angelfish VULNERABLE (population: STABLE), Hollie


      Narwhal LEAST CONCERN (population: 123,000), Molly


      Spiny Seahorse VULNERABLE (population: DECREASING), James H.


      Giant Pacific Octopus LEAST CONCERN (population: UNKNOWN), Maisey


      Green Turtle ENDANGERED (population: DECREASING), Effy age 5


      Galathea pilosa Squat Lobster DATA DEFICIENT (population: UNKNOWN), Mason


      Giant Pacific Octopus LEAST CONCERN (population: UNKNOWN), Freddie


      White Shark VULNERABLE (population: DECREASING), young artist 


      Giant Pacific Octopus LEAST CONCERN (population: UNKNOWN), young artist


      Shamefaced Crab Calappa granulata DATA DEFICIENT (population: UNKNOWN), Anne Denton age 69


      White Shark VULNERABLE (population: DECREASING), Tarun D. 


      Shamefaced Crab Calappa granulata DATA DEFICIENT (population: UNKNOWN), Lexi D. age 7


      Ocean Scene with White Shark VULNERABLE (population: DECREASING), Lexi D. age 7

       Glowing Sucker Octopus Stauroteuthis syrtensis DATA DEFICIENT(population: UNKNOWN), Ellie


      Spiny Seahorse VULNERABLE (population: DECREASING), Hermione


      Green Turtle ENDANGERED (population: DECREASING), Ellen


      Leopard Seal LEAST CONCERN (population: 18,000), Spiny Seahorse VULNERABLE (population: DECREASING), Chloe age 7


      Picasso Triggerfish LEAST CONCERN (population: UNKNOWN), Isla E.


      Common Bottlenose Dolphin LEAST CONCERN (population: UNKNOWN), Spiny Seahorse VULNERABLE (population: DECREASING), Isla E.


      Narwhal LEAST CONCERN (population: 123,000) and Tyrannosaurus Rex, Frankie C.


      Narwhal LEAST CONCERN (population: 123,000), Neive


      White Shark VULNERABLE (population: DECREASING), Bradley J.

      11 November 2021

      Over the last six years Jane has donated an annual drawing workshop to Newcastle United Foundation (NUF) and schools they work with. This year, alongside NUF's Alex Curran, and as part of their commitment to Sky Ocean Rescue campaign she delivered two Oceans workshops to Year 4 from Richard Coates C of E Primary, Ponteland.

      Jane was hugely impressed by the children's drawings skills astonishing drawings which they created within the 45 minute practical drawing sessions. All children excelled themselves, and Jane was particularly proud of Will and Anthony who thought they couldn't draw, but as she continues to emphasise, "everyone can draw"! Both Will and Anthony created amazing drawings. Jane would like to thank Headteacher Mrs Cape, Year 4 teachers Mrs West, Mrs Bray and Mrs Robinson, Alex Curran and all the young artists for highlighting the unique beauty of ocean species through their incredible drawings. We are sure you will enjoy this set of expressive drawings as much as we have:


       Fire Blenny UNCLASSIFED (population: UNKNOWN), Leo

       Peacock Mantis Shrimp Odontodactylus scyllarus UNCLASSIFED (population: UNKNOWN), Charlie 


      Leopard Seal LEAST CONCERN (population: 18,000), Joah

      Walrus VULNERABLE (population: 112,500), Will


      Purple Striped Jellyfish UNCLASSIFIED (population: UNKNOWN)


      Hawksbill Turtle CRITICALLY ENDANGERED (population: DECREASING), Ameliah


      Glowing Sucker Octopus Stauroteuthis syrtensis DATA DEFICIENT(population: UNKNOWN), James


      Spiny Gurnard LEAST CONCERN (population: UNKNOWN), Jessica

       Scalloped Hammerhead Shark CRITICALLY ENDANGERED (population: DECREASING), Zaid


      Clown Triggerfish UNCLASSIFIED (population: UNKNOWN), Casper


      Hawksbill Turtle CRITICALLY ENDANGERED (population: DECREASING), Matilda


      Purple Striped Jellyfish UNCLASSIFIED (population: UNKNOWN), Finn


      Walrus VULNERABLE (population: 112,500), Charlie


      Leopard Seal LEAST CONCERN (population: 18,000), Chloe

       Fire Blenny UNCLASSIFIED (population: UNKNOWN), Thomas


      Scalloped Hammerhead Shark CRITICALLY ENDANGERED (population: DECREASING), Sofia

       Spiny Gurnard LEAST CONCERN (population: UNKNOWN), Jessica 


      Leopard Seal LEAST CONCERN (population: 18,000), Zaid


      Clown Triggerfish DATA DEFICIENT (population: UNKNOWN), Oliver


      Yeti Crab (Kiwa hirsuta) UNCLASSIFIED (population: UNKNOWN), Joah


      Scalloped Hammerhead Shark CRITICALLY ENDANGERED (population: DECREASING), William 


      Purple Striped Jellyfish UNCLASSIFIED (population: UNKNOWN), Tommy 


      Peacock Mantis Shrimp Odontodactylus scyllarus UNCLASSIFIED (population: UNKNOWN), Charlie 


      Spiny Gurnard LEAST CONCERN (population: UNKNOWN), Charlie


      Leopard Seal LEAST CONCERN (population: 18,000), Jamie


      Purple Striped Jellyfish UNCLASSIFIED (population: UNKNOWN), Millie 


      Leopard Seal LEAST CONCERN (population: 18,000), Finn


      Clown Triggerfish DATA DEFICIENT (population: UNKNOWN), James

      Fire Blenny UNCLASSIFIED (population: UNKNOWN), Leo


      Walrus VULNERABLE (population: 112,500), Matilda


      Glowing Sucker Octopus Stauroteuthis syrtensis UNCLASSIFIED (population: UNKNOWN), Ava


      Hawksbill Turtle CRITICALLY ENDANGERED (population: DECREASING), Year 4 student

       Clown Triggerfish DATA DEFICIENT (population: UNKNOWN), Lexi


      Clown Triggerfish DATA DEFICIENT (population: UNKNOWN), Alex Curran, NUFoundation




      Pompom Crab (Lybia edmondsoni) UNCLASSIFIED (population: UNKNOWN), Euan


      Leopard Seal LEAST CONCERN (population: 18,000), Anthony


      Weedy Seadragon LEAST CONCERN (DECREASING), Haydn


      Southern Right Whale LEAST CONCERN (UNKNOWN), Haydn 


      Walrus VULNERABLE (population: 112,500), Thomas 


      Scalloped Hammerhead Shark CRITICALLY ENDANGERED (population: DECREASING), Zainab


      Clown Triggerfish DATA DEFICIENT (population: UNKNOWN), Zainab


      Yeti Crab (Kiwa hirsuta) UNCLASSIFIED (population: UNKNOWN), Willow


      Walrus VULNERABLE (population: 112,500), Bobby


      Spiny Gurnard LEAST CONCERN (population: UNKNOWN), Ethan


      Leopard Seal LEAST CONCERN (population: 18,000), Anthony 


      Pompom Crab R (Lybia edmondsoni) UNCLASSIFIED (population: UNKNOWN), Molly


      Red Lionfish LEAST CONCERN (INCREASING), Belle


      Scrawled Cowfish LEAST CONCERN (population: STABLE), Daniel 


      Fire Blenny UNCLASSIFIED (population: UNKNOWN), Qais


      Purple Striped Jellyfish UNCLASSIFIED (population: UNKNOWN), Gracie 


      Fire Blenny UNCLASSIFIED (population: UNKNOWN), Oliver


      Leopard Seal LEAST CONCERN (population: 18,000), Hawksbill Turtle CRITICALLY ENDANGERED (population: DECREASING), Frankie

       Scrawled Cowfish LEAST CONCERN (population: STABLE), Charlie

       Fire Blenny UNCLASSIFIED (population: UNKNOWN), Charlotte


      Green Humphead Parrotfish VULNERABLE (population: DECREASING), Charlotte


      Southern Right Whale LEAST CONCERN (UNKNOWN), Christopher


      Leopard Seal LEAST CONCERN (population: 18,000), Clown Triggerfish LEAST CONCERN (population: STABLE), Molly


      Weedy Seadragon LEAST CONCERN (DECREASING), Rowan


      Clown Triggerfish LEAST CONCERN (population: STABLE), Charlie


      Glowing Sucker Octopus Stauroteuthis syrtensis UNCLASSIFIED (population: UNKNOWN), Renee


      Yeti Crab (Kiwa hirsuta) UNCLASSIFIED (population: UNKNOWN), Manha


      Spiny Gurnard LEAST CONCERN (population: UNKNOWN), Amelia


      Green Humphead Parrotfish VULNERABLE (population: DECREASING), Amelia


      Pompom Crab (Lybia edmondsoni) UNCLASSIFIED (population: UNKNOWN), Mia


       Glowing Sucker Octopus Stauroteuthis syrtensis UNCLASSIFIED (population: UNKNOWN), Noah


      Purple Striped Jellyfish UNCLASSIFIED (population: UNKNOWN), Noah


      Leopard Seal LEAST CONCERN (population: 18,000). Lily


      Pompom Crab (Lybia edmondsoni) UNCLASSIFIED (population: UNKNOWN), Lily


      Scalloped Hammerhead Shark CRITICALLY ENDANGERED (population: DECREASING), Lily


      Green Humphead Parrotfish VULNERABLE (population: DECREASING), Robyn


      Tiger ENDANGERED (population: 2,154-3,159 DECREASING), Ryan age 9, Gsnet School, Kenya