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Ornithological Gallery

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Choose from 986 pictures in our Ornithological collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Long-tailed tit
Long-tailed tit
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Barn owls
Barn owls
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Comon magpies, 19th century artwork
Comon magpies, 19th century artwork
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Red kite
Red kite
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Red kite, historical artwork
Red kite, historical artwork
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Adelie penguins diving into the sea
Adelie penguins diving into the sea
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Kingfisher (Alcedo atthis), United Kingdom, Europe
Kingfisher (Alcedo atthis), United Kingdom, Europe
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Stuffed birds, X-ray
Stuffed birds, X-ray
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European starling flock
European starling flock
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Barn owl, artwork
Barn owl, artwork
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Blackbird
Blackbird
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Two Jackdaws
Two Jackdaws
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Barn owls Featured Print

Barn owls

Barn owls. Two barn owls (Tyto alba) sitting on a tree stump. These birds are found on all continents except antarctica, in virtually all habitats, although they prefer rural open land. Barn owls are mostly monogamous and breed once a year laying between 2 and 18 eggs. Females are slightly larger than males, measuring up to 40 centimetres in length. These nocturnal predators specialise in hunting small ground mammals, mainly rodents. They will also eat small birds, reptiles and insects. They are proficient hunters due to their silent flight and accurate directional hearing

© David Aubrey/Science Photo Library

Tawny owl, historical artwork
Tawny owl, historical artwork
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Great spotted woodpeckers feeding
Great spotted woodpeckers feeding
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Nightjar, historical artwork
Nightjar, historical artwork
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White-faced scops owl eye
White-faced scops owl eye
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King Duck (Somateria Spectabilis) (hand-coloured litho)
King Duck (Somateria Spectabilis) (hand-coloured litho)
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Eider Duck (Somateria Mollissima) (hand-coloured litho)
Eider Duck (Somateria Mollissima) (hand-coloured litho)
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Hen, historical artwork
Hen, historical artwork
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Great spotted woodpeckers
Great spotted woodpeckers
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White peacock
White peacock
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Swallow chicks
Swallow chicks
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The Redbreast, illustration from The History of British Birds by Thomas Bewick
The Redbreast, illustration from The History of British Birds by Thomas Bewick
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Sulphur and white breasted Toucan, 19th century (colour lithograph)
Sulphur and white breasted Toucan, 19th century (colour lithograph)
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Tawny owl, historical artwork Featured Print

Tawny owl, historical artwork

Tawny owl. Historical artwork of a tawny owl (Strix aluco). This is a nocturnal predator that inhabits forests and sparse woodland across much of Eurasia. It hunts at night, and finds its prey by sound. It feeds mainly on small mammals such as mice and voles, although it also takes smaller birds, frogs, fish and insects. By day it sleeps, camouflaged against branches or in a tree hole. It may reach a length of up to 40 centimetres. It has two calls: a harsh "ke-wick" and the "hoo-hoo" that is often but incorrectly assumed to be produced by all owls. This artwork was drawn by Archibald Thorburn (1860-1935)

© SHEILA TERRY/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Blue Jay, 1831 (coloured engraving)
Blue Jay, 1831 (coloured engraving)
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Male pintail
Male pintail
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European starling flock
European starling flock
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Atlantic puffin
Atlantic puffin
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Short-eared owl
Short-eared owl
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Black-breasted snake eagle (black-chested snake eagle) (Circaetus pectoralis) in flight
Black-breasted snake eagle (black-chested snake eagle) (Circaetus pectoralis) in flight
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White storks courting
White storks courting
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Budgerigar under UV light
Budgerigar under UV light
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Bonellis eagles, artwork
Bonellis eagles, artwork
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Carolina Parakeet, from Birds of America, 1829 (coloured engraving)
Carolina Parakeet, from Birds of America, 1829 (coloured engraving)
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Shoveler duck, historical artwork
Shoveler duck, historical artwork
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Long-eared owl, historical artwork
Long-eared owl, historical artwork
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Shoveler duck, historical artwork Featured Print

Shoveler duck, historical artwork

Shoveler. Historical artwork of a male shoveler duck (Anas clypeata). This duck inhabits wetlands and inland waters across much of the northern hemisphere, and northern populations migrate south for the winter. The shoveler feeds mainly by filtering water through bristles on its bill, which allows it to capture small crustaceans, insect larvae and plant matter. In addition to this, it also eats snails, beetles and small fish. The shoveler may reach a length of over 50 centimetres. This artwork was drawn by Archibald Thorburn (1860-1935)

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European eagle owl
European eagle owl
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Snares cape pigeon
Snares cape pigeon
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Bar-headed goose
Bar-headed goose
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Schalows turaco
Schalows turaco
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Penguin breeding colony research
Penguin breeding colony research
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European starlings fighting
European starlings fighting
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Burrowing owl on a post
Burrowing owl on a post
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Birds in flight
Birds in flight
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Hyacinth macaw
Hyacinth macaw
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Flock of snow geese
Flock of snow geese
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American Crow, Corvus Americanus, 1845
American Crow, Corvus Americanus, 1845
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Northern shrike, yellow-breasted chat, loggerhead
Northern shrike, yellow-breasted chat, loggerhead
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