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Choose from 337 pictures in our Avocet 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.


Avocet - Feeding at twighlight on sea estuary Featured Print

Avocet - Feeding at twighlight on sea estuary

USH-1682 Avocet - Feeding at twighlight on sea estuary. Isle of Texel, Holland Recurvirostra avosetta Duncan Usher Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way.

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Avocet, Bird, Black And White, Coastal, D Usk, E Ating, Estuaries, Estuary, Europe, European, Feeding, Foraging, In Water, Mud Flat, Netherland, Reflection, Single, Sympathy, Tranquillity, Wader, Wading, Wild Life

Pied Avocet -Recurvirostra avosetta- foraging for food, Oosterend, Oosterend, Texel, West Frisian Islands, province of North Holland, The Netherlands Featured Print

Pied Avocet -Recurvirostra avosetta- foraging for food, Oosterend, Oosterend, Texel, West Frisian Islands, province of North Holland, The Netherlands

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Enemy aeroplanes attack British steamer by G. H. Davis Featured Print

Enemy aeroplanes attack British steamer by G. H. Davis

Enemy aeroplanes attacking a British steamer. Bombs and bullets from above -- the Avocet attacked by three German planes during the First World War. The steamship was on its way from Rotterdam to Manchester. All the bombs dropped missed their target, and the ship's crew fired rifles at their attackers. The planes eventually turned away. Date: 30 October 1915

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans