Draw a Picture of a Bird Day
Draw a Picture of a Bird Day is observed on the April 8 of every year. You don’t want to be a professional artist to participate in Draw a Picture of a Bird Day, just if you love to draw then open up your curtains and in your garden look for some birds and Once you find a lovely bird start drawing. This day is celebrated every year as a way to express great pleasure in the very simplest of things in life. You can draw any bird of your wish; it can be a peacock, chicken, penguin or any of your favourite bird.
“Birds are a miracle because they prove to us there is a finer, simpler state of being which we may strive to attain.” – Douglas Coupland
History of Draw a Picture of a Bird Day
The exact origin and the founder of Draw a Picture of a Bird Day are still unknown. In April 1943, a 7-year-old girl named Dorie Cooper living in England visited her uncle in the hospital. He had been injured in the war, and he lost his right leg. Dorie’s uncle was very worried, so to cheer him up, Dorie Cooper asked him to draw a picture of a bird. After seeing the drawing, Dorie teased him saying the image is not looking perfect, but she would hang the picture in her room. His niece’s action lifted his spirits. Three years later, Dorie died in a car accident. Her coffin was filled with many bird pictures that had been drawn by doctors, nurses, and soldiers who were in the ward of her uncle. Today this day is observed across the world, but it is not declared an official holiday yet.
Other Celebrations on April 8
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How To Celebrate Draw a Picture of a Bird Day
On Draw a Picture of a Bird Day, just draw your favourite bird and share it with your loved ones. You can also enjoy the day by conducting a drawing competition among your family members and friends. Also, take a picture of your drawing and share it with others on social media using the hashtag #DrawaPictureofaBirdDay.