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Eggs of European birds, lithograph, published in 1897 Featured Nightingale 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

Songbirds, chromolithograph, published in 1888 Featured Nightingale Print

Songbirds, chromolithograph, published in 1888

Songbirds: 1) Common nightingale (Luscinia megarhynchos); 2) Thrush nightingale (Luscinia luscinia); 3) Eurasian blackcap (Sylvia atricapilla); 4) Song thrush (Turdus philomelos); 5) Northern mockingbird (Mimus polyglottos); 6) White-rumped Shama (Copsychus malabaricus); 7) Common rock thrush (Monticola saxatilis); 8) Blue rock thrush (Monticola solitarius); 9) Harz Roller (Serinus canaria forma domestica); 10) Common linnet (Linaria cannabina); 11) Eurasian skylark (Alauda arvensis); 12) Woodlark (Lullula arborea). Chromolithograph, published in 1888

Mail arriving by boat in Calshot Harbour, Tristan de Cunha Featured Nightingale Print

Mail arriving by boat in Calshot Harbour, Tristan de Cunha

Tristan de Cunha - Mail arriving by boat in Calshot Harbour. Tristan da Cunha, colloquially Tristan, is a remote group of volcanic islands in the south Atlantic Ocean which includes Gough Island. On 10 October 1961, the eruption of Queen Mary's Peak forced the evacuation of the entire population of 264 individuals. Evacuees sailed to uninhabited Nightingale Island, where they were picked up by a Dutch passenger ship that took them via Cape Town to Britain. The islanders arrived in the UK to a big reception and were settled in an old Royal Air Force camp near Calshot, Hampshire - which subsequently gave its name to the harbour depicted here (following the islander's return). Date: circa late 1960s

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection