Snipe are not particularly rare but have suffered a decline in lowland wet grassland.
There are quite a few other street artists concerned with the environmental crisis we now find ourselves in. And for those street artists with other concerns, what is so great about the street art world is the open-minded acceptance and appreciation by artists for each others' work, no matter how radically different or varied it may be.
I hope street artists think about birds and what species once lived here -- and could again with habitat restoration -- as well as what could be done practically to improve the situation. For example: changes to farming practices and reduction of chemical use on the land would help tremendously.
I also hope viewers respond to the scale and vibrancy of the colors and images, hopefully find them memorable, and see art as a part of their normal environment, rather than needing to go to an art gallery. I believe art should be mostly outside the galleries, everywhere, for everybody to see.