The trail will be open in Slimbridge to the public until 6 September 2015. Following this, it will travel to WWT in London (October 3 onward) and Martin Mere in Lancashire (November 28 onward) for Christmas. The designs are based on creatures the center helps to protect, which is doing us all and the environment a huge favor, so those of you who are fortunate to attend, remember to say THANK YOU!
An instantly recognizable artist name to LEGO enthusiasts such as myself is that of Thomas Poulsom, creator of the lovely flamingo pictured above (in the first image of this post). Poulsom's MOC creations led to us getting our hands on the fabulous LEGO Ideas Birds set (21301) earlier this year. I should add that the set is still available at Amazon at its retail price.
Sharing fun Twitter post(s) on the subject (in no specific order):
Our giant LEGO® brick otter needs a name! She's 4 foot tall and 15,000 bricks 'wide'! What shall we call her? :) pic.twitter.com/ykA9PnjP1r— WWT (@WWTworldwide) July 8, 2015
Never thought I'd see a giant #Lego Red-breasted Goose! Well now we can! On show @WWTSlimbridge along with others! 😊 pic.twitter.com/l5MmtE8LFd— Kane Brides (@KaneBrides) July 15, 2015