In 1995 (April 15) Canada issued a set of
four stamps featuring four of the many wildlife species that migrate
between Canada and Mexico each year. Each stamp features a picture of
the species, symbolic migration routes (green going south, brown
going north), and a map of the habitat
range in Canada and Mexico.
On the stamp that features the Belted Kingfisher there
is a typographical error; the letter "f" is missing from the word
faune, "fauna" or "wildlife."
The error was noticed and a little over a
month after the stamps were issued a corrected stamp (1567) was issued (the
original stamp was not withdrawn).