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The Redbreast, illustration from The History of British Birds by Thomas Bewick Featured European Robin Print

The Redbreast, illustration from The History of British Birds by Thomas Bewick

XJF486307 The Redbreast, illustration from The History of British Birds by Thomas Bewick, first published 1797 (woodcut) by Bewick, Thomas (1753-1828); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Redbreast, more recently known as the European Robin (latin: Erithacus rubecula), most commonly known the Robin. A small insectivorous passerine bird that was formerly classed as a member of the thrush family (Turdidae), but is now considered to be an Old World flycatcher (Muscicapidae).); English, out of copyright

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Robin - on snow covered crab apples Featured European Robin Print

Robin - on snow covered crab apples

BB-2065-M
Robin - on snow covered crab apples
Bedfordshire UK
Erithacus rubecula
Digitally Manipulated Image
Brian Bevan
Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in anyway

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Eggs of European birds, lithograph, published in 1897 Featured European Robin Print

Eggs of European birds, lithograph, published in 1897

Eggs of European birds: 1) Kingfisher; 2) Bee-eater; 3) Black woodpecker; 4) Lesser spotted woodpecker; 5) Roller; 6) Eagle-owl; 7) Long-eared owl; 8) Scops owl; 9) Pygmy owl; 10) Tawny owl; 11) Nightjar; 12) Hoopoe; 13) Swift; 14) Long-tailed tit; 15) Penduline tit; 16) Bearded reedling; 17) Great tit; 18) Marsh tit; 19) Blue tit; 20) Nuthatch; 21) Treecreeper; 22) Wryneck; 23) Wren; 24) Goldcrest; 25) Firecrest; 26) Barn swallow; 27) House martin ; 28) Sand martin; 29) Zilpzalp; 30) Lesser whitethroat; 31) Orphean warbler; 32) Cuckoo; 33) Goshawk; 34) Sparrowhawk; 35) Red kite; 36) Golden eagle; 37) Osprey; 38) Peregrine falcon; 39) Kestrel; 40) Honey buzzard ; 41) Hen harrier; 42) Great grey shrike; 43) Red-backed shrike; 44) Crested tit; 45) Robin; 46) Nightingale; 47) Bluethroat; 48) Dunnock; 49) Spotted flycatcher; 50) Pied flycatcher; 51) Red-breasted flycatcher; 52) Whitethroat; 53) Blackcap; 54) Stonechat; 55) Whinchat; 56) Wheatear; 57) Starling; 58) Golden oriole; 59) Rock thrush; 60) Fieldfare; 61) Song thrush; 62) True thrush; 63) Mistle thrush; 64) Raven; 65) Jackdaw; 66) Alpine chough; 67) Magpie; 68) Jay; 69) Great reed warbler; 70) Reed warbler; 71) Sedge warbler; 72) Tree warbler; 73) Tree pipit; 74) Meadow pipit; 75) Wood warbler; 76) Western yellow wagtail; 77) White wagtail; 78) Skylark. Lithograph, published in 1897