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‘Big Hoot’ (2015)

In the summer of 2015, Birmingham found itself home to 89 owls for the 'Big Hoot' public art trail, after which the statues were auctioned off to raise money for a Rare Disease Unit at the Birmingham Children's Hospital.

To find out more about the recent trend for art trails and charity auction, often raising money for NHS children's hospitals, click here.

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Photograph taken by George Gosling

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