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With the new Ducktor Who t-shirt from Weird Fish in aid of the RSPB, you can become a defender of the Earth… or the Earth’s birdlife anyway.
Since 1889 the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds have been defenders of the feathered citizens of the UK. These days they team with organizations around the world to throw a wing of protection over the globe’s birdlife. So it’s appropriate that their long-standing partnership with Weird Fish clothing has now regenerated into… Ducktor Who.
Weird Fish have produced a fun new t-shirt design in support for the RSPB which depicts eponymous hero Ducktor Who (or should that be ‘The Ducktor’, I think Ducktor Who might just be the name of his show) emerging from his Police Box to zap some blue and silver avian death machines (let’s call them… Dul-uks) with their multi-tool device.
The t-shirt is printed both front and back. It has a smaller version of the design on the left breast and a larger version on the back.
It’s available for £20, of which £5 goes to the RSPB. The T-shirt is for men and is available in sizes Small – 5XL. The T-shirt is available in two different shades – grey and ensign blue.
You can buy it now from the Weird Fish website,. Standard delivery shipping is free within the UK.
Calling all ‘Ducktor Who’ fans!
Take a trip in the TARDIS down memory lane with our new Ducktor Who Artist T-Shirt. You’ll be supporting the RSPB too with £5 from each sale of this t-shirt going directly to the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds.
The story begins in 1993. After a bracing and inspiring walk along a coast path in Cornwall, Weird Fish was born with a simple mission: to produce well priced, well made and distinctive clothes that become instant feel-good favourites. 25 years later we are proud to still have the same founding values at our core, as this is what makes us Weird Fish.
We’re now the largest nature conservation charity in the country, consistently delivering successful conservation, forging powerful new partnerships with other organisations and inspiring others to stand up and give nature the home it deserves.