It is an Acrylic key chain of "Tounen", which is one of the sandpipers and plovers found on tidal flats. [About sandpipers and plovers] In spring and autumn, sandpipers and plovers (commonly known as sandpipers) travel between tropical wintering grounds and northern breeding grounds. In Japan, on the way, we stop at tidal flats and paddy fields for nutritional support. In the case of tidal flats, many Shigichi are looking for food and straw at the beach. There are also types that quietly use inland areas such as fallow fields. It looks similar when you look at it from a distance, but when you look closely, it looks and behaves uniquely. It's difficult to identify at first, but the power of the "flock" that searches for food and occasionally flies around is overwhelming. [About molting] Generally, we spend summer feathers in breeding areas and winter feathers in wintering areas. On the left-facing front, the state of summer feathers, In the back facing to the right, I drew the state of winter feathers. Also, as a feature of the Acrylic key chain, you can see the pattern on the back slightly when it is transparent to light. In Japan, which is on the way to migration, there are many individuals in the process of molting. If you see through the sober winter feathers, you can see the vividness of the summer feathers mixed in, and although it is very rough, you can enjoy the atmosphere in the middle of molting. (By the way, even if you see through Natsuha, the back side is not so transparent) It is a specification that you can enjoy 3 kinds of patterns with one Acrylic key chain. 【material】 Acrylic Ball chain 【specification】 ・ Double-sided printing ・ Clear coat processing (The pattern is hard to peel off and is durable.) * Colors may look slightly different depending on the screen.
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- It is an Acrylic key chain of "Tounen", which is one of the sandpipers and plovers found on tidal flats. In the table facing left, the state of summer feathers, On the back facing right, I drew the state of winter feathers.