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Choose from 2412 pictures in our Swallows And Martins collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Blackbird - About to Swallow a Pyracantha Berry Featured Swallows And Martins Print

Blackbird - About to Swallow a Pyracantha Berry

Blackbird - About to Swallow a Pyracantha Berry - Cornwall - UK Date

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Animal, Animals, Avian, Behaviour, Berries, Berry, Bird, Birds, Blackbird, Blackbirds, Branch, Britain, Catch, Dac 160118, Eat, Eating, Europe, European, Fauna, Feather, Feeding, Orange, Pyracantha, Sitting, Swallow, Turdus Merula, Uk, United Kingdom, Wildlife, Wing

Swallow - young birds, begging for food from adult Featured Swallows And Martins Print

Swallow - young birds, begging for food from adult

USH-3625
Swallow - young birds, begging for food from adult
Lower Saxony, Germany
Hirundo rustica
Duncan Usher
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Adult And Young, Beak Open, Begging, Behaviour, Bird, Calling, Communication, Europe, European, Flight, Flying, Germany, Mother, Mother And Young, Mouth Open, Swallow, Swallows, Wild Life, Young

Black Stork in a Landscape ca. 1780 Featured Swallows And Martins Print

Black Stork in a Landscape ca. 1780

The distinctive white neck feathers, purple-streaked wings, and red-tinged beak identify this tall bird as a woolly-necked stork (Ciconia episcopus), a native species of India known for its unusual plumage and height. The meandering watercourse on the right side of the composition could be a reference to the riverine areas in which such birds are typically found. A digit from the bird's right foot rests upon its left, illustrating the artist's close study of the standing position of these creatures. This work, like the image of the nightjar (2004.175)nearby, has been attributed to a set of 658 ornithological paintings commissioned by the French serviceman Claude Martin

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