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Fantails Photo Mug Collection

Brighten up your mornings with a cup of coffee and a glimpse of nature's beauty. Our Fantails collection from Media Storehouse features stunning photographs of these graceful, fan-tailed birds in vibrant colors and intricate details. Each mug showcases a unique image, making your daily brew time an enjoyable moment to appreciate the wonders of the natural world. Perfect for bird lovers and anyone seeking a touch of nature in their day.

Fantails are small passerine birds native to the Old World

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Fantails Photo Mug Collection: Grey Fantail

Grey Fantail Collection
7 Photo Mugs

Fantails Photo Mug Collection: Rufous Fantail

Rufous Fantail Collection
2 Photo Mugs

Fantails Photo Mug Collection: White Throated Fantail

White Throated Fantail Collection
3 Photo Mugs

Fantails Photo Mug Collection: Willie Wagtail

Willie Wagtail Collection
14 Photo Mugs

Fantails Photo Mug Collection: Related Images

Related Images Collection
86 Photo Mugs

Background imageFantails Photo Mug Collection: Picture No. 10881667

Picture No. 10881667
Willie Wagtail - at a pool (Rhipidura leucophrys) Date

Background imageFantails Photo Mug Collection: Fantail Dove in Dovecote Cornwall

Fantail Dove in Dovecote Cornwall

Background imageFantails Photo Mug Collection: Fantail Doves in Dovecote Cornwall

Fantail Doves in Dovecote Cornwall

Background imageFantails Photo Mug Collection: New Zealand Fantail (Melanistic var. on left)

New Zealand Fantail (Melanistic var. on left)
New Zealand Fantail Piwakawaka, Rhipidura fuliginosa (Melanistic variety on left). Artwork by JG Keulemans from Sir Walter Lawry Bullers A History of the Birds of New Zealand, Vol.1 Plate 8 Date: 1888

Background imageFantails Photo Mug Collection: Windmill, Suffolk a98_07336

Windmill, Suffolk a98_07336
Thornham Magna, Suffolk. The timber-clad post mill at Thornham Magna, with its sails, fantail and roundhouse, appears to be falling into ruin. Photographed by Hallam Ashley, November 1950

Background imageFantails Photo Mug Collection: Fall / Rough Collie / 1933

Fall / Rough Collie / 1933
CHAMPION MARIEMEAU FANTAIL Head study. Owned by Mrs R.E. James. Date: 1933

Background imageFantails Photo Mug Collection: Fall / Rough Collie / 1933

Fall / Rough Collie / 1933
CHAMPION MARIEMEAU FANTAIL Head study. Owned by Mrs R.E. James

Background imageFantails Photo Mug Collection: Picture No. 11806905

Picture No. 11806905
Willie Wagtail Perched on a log Peppimenarti Northern Territory Australia. Date

Background imageFantails Photo Mug Collection: Fantail Dove in Dovecote Cornwall

Fantail Dove in Dovecote Cornwall

Background imageFantails Photo Mug Collection: Fantail waterfall by the Makarpra River near Hst

Fantail waterfall by the Makarpra River near Hst Pass in Southern Alps, west Otago, South Island, New Zealand, Pacific

Background imageFantails Photo Mug Collection: Common Snipe (Gallinago gallinago) autumn courtship display, Germany, August

Common Snipe (Gallinago gallinago) autumn courtship display, Germany, August

Background imageFantails Photo Mug Collection: New Zealand fantail, Rhipidura fuliginosa (White-shafted fan-tail, Rhipidura flabellifera)

New Zealand fantail, Rhipidura fuliginosa (White-shafted fan-tail, Rhipidura flabellifera)
FLO4650758 New Zealand fantail, Rhipidura fuliginosa (White-shafted fan-tail, Rhipidura flabellifera). Handcoloured steel engraving by William Lizars after an illustration by William Swainson

Background imageFantails Photo Mug Collection: An engraving depicting a smock mill with fantail, used for grinding corn, 19th century

An engraving depicting a smock mill with fantail, used for grinding corn, 19th century
5310766 An engraving depicting a smock mill with fantail, used for grinding corn, 19th century; (add.info.: Date: 1860); Universal History Archive/UIG

Background imageFantails Photo Mug Collection: Cisticole des russ (Cisticola juncidis) - zitting cisticola or streaked fantail warbler - Museum

Cisticole des russ (Cisticola juncidis) - zitting cisticola or streaked fantail warbler - Museum d'histoire
CSO4994065 Cisticole des russ (Cisticola juncidis) - zitting cisticola or streaked fantail warbler - Museum d'histoire naturelle de Marseille; (add.info)

Background imageFantails Photo Mug Collection: Willie wagtail, Rhipidura leucophrys (Whiskered fantail, Leucocirca laticauda)

Willie wagtail, Rhipidura leucophrys (Whiskered fantail, Leucocirca laticauda)
FLO4650765 Willie wagtail, Rhipidura leucophrys (Whiskered fantail, Leucocirca laticauda). Handcoloured steel engraving by William Lizars after an illustration by William Swainson from Sir William

Background imageFantails Photo Mug Collection: Restless flycatcher, Myiagra inquieta (Seisura volitans). Handcoloured steel engraving from Georg

Restless flycatcher, Myiagra inquieta (Seisura volitans). Handcoloured steel engraving from Georg Friedrich
FLO4719049 Restless flycatcher, Myiagra inquieta (Seisura volitans). Handcoloured steel engraving from Georg Friedrich Treitschke's Gallery of Natural History

Background imageFantails Photo Mug Collection: Prize pigeons at the show of the Philo-Peristeron Society, recently held in Freemasons Hall, 1864

Prize pigeons at the show of the Philo-Peristeron Society, recently held in Freemasons Hall, 1864. Creator: Unknown
Prize pigeons at the show of the Philo-Peristeron Society, recently held in Freemasons Hall, 1864. Pouters were exhibited by Mr

Background imageFantails Photo Mug Collection: Donati's Comet, as seen from the Cambridge Observatory, on October 11, 1858. Creator: Smyth

Donati's Comet, as seen from the Cambridge Observatory, on October 11, 1858. Creator: Smyth
Donati's Comet, as seen from the Cambridge Observatory, on October 11, 1858. As it but seldom happens that such a favourable opportunity occurs for examining the changes which take place in the head

Background imageFantails Photo Mug Collection: Birmingham Show, 1858. Creator: Harrison Weir

Birmingham Show, 1858. Creator: Harrison Weir
Birmingham Show, 1858. Exhibition of domestic poultry. 1. Mr. Maddiford's Fantail, Nun, and Jacobine Pigeons, Silver Cup; 2. Mr. Worrall's Owl Pigeons, First Prize; Mr

Background imageFantails Photo Mug Collection: Prize Pigeons at the recent show of the Halifax Fancy Pigeon Association, 1862

Prize Pigeons at the recent show of the Halifax Fancy Pigeon Association, 1862. Creator: Harrison Weir
Prize Pigeons at the recent show of the Halifax Fancy Pigeon Association, 1862. Engravings...(from a sketch by Mr. H. Crossley)

Background imageFantails Photo Mug Collection: Willie Wagtail Brid (Rhipidura leucophrys)

Willie Wagtail Brid (Rhipidura leucophrys)
The Willie Wagtail is the largest, and most well-known, of the Australian fantails. The plumage is black above with a white belly

Background imageFantails Photo Mug Collection: Blue-headed fantail, Rhipidura cyaniceps 1

Blue-headed fantail, Rhipidura cyaniceps 1 and peony, Paeonia suffruticosa 2. Pitpit, Pivoine. Handcoloured steel engraving by du Casse from Felix-Edouard Guerin-Menevilles Dictionnaire Pittoresque d

Background imageFantails Photo Mug Collection: Fantail goldfish

Fantail goldfish

Background imageFantails Photo Mug Collection: Fall / Rough Collie / 1936

Fall / Rough Collie / 1936
CHAMPION MARIEMEAY FANTAIL Owned by Mrs R.E. James. Date: 1936

Background imageFantails Photo Mug Collection: Pigeons, lithograph, published in 1893

Pigeons, lithograph, published in 1893
Pigeons: 1) Black German Nun (Altdeutscher Mohrenkopf); 2 - 3) Nuremberg swallow (NAOErnberger Schwalbentaube); 4) German Shield Owl, red (Deutsches SchildmAovchen)

Background imageFantails Photo Mug Collection: Polegate Windmill DP462282

Polegate Windmill DP462282
Polegate Windmill, Park Croft, Willingdon and Jevington, Wealden, East Sussex. Built in 1817, Polegate Windmill also known as Ovenden's Mill is a four-storey brick tower mill with a domed cap winded

Background imageFantails Photo Mug Collection: Polegate Windmill DP462305

Polegate Windmill DP462305
Polegate Windmill, Park Croft, Willingdon and Jevington, Wealden, East Sussex. Built in 1817, Polegate Windmill also known as Ovenden's Mill is a four-storey brick tower mill with a domed cap winded

Background imageFantails Photo Mug Collection: Waterfall - New Zealand, South Island, West Coast, Westland, Mount Aspiring National Park

Waterfall - New Zealand, South Island, West Coast, Westland, Mount Aspiring National Park, Hst River, Fantail Falls, Southern Alps

Background imageFantails Photo Mug Collection: Pigeons: Scotch Fantails or Broad-Tailed Shakers, White Laced, White

Pigeons: Scotch Fantails or Broad-Tailed Shakers, White Laced, White, Black-Saddle Back (colour litho)
7183876 Pigeons: Scotch Fantails or Broad-Tailed Shakers, White Laced, White, Black-Saddle Back (colour litho) by Ludlow, J. W

Background imageFantails Photo Mug Collection: Pied flycatcher, blue and white flycatcher and New Zealand fanta, 1839 (engraving)

Pied flycatcher, blue and white flycatcher and New Zealand fanta, 1839 (engraving)
7233951 Pied flycatcher, blue and white flycatcher and New Zealand fanta, 1839 (engraving) by Travies, Edouard (1809-c.1865) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: European pied flycatcher)

Background imageFantails Photo Mug Collection: Pigeons: English Fantails, Black, White, Blue (colour litho)

Pigeons: English Fantails, Black, White, Blue (colour litho)
7183875 Pigeons: English Fantails, Black, White, Blue (colour litho) by Ludlow, J. W. (fl.1850s) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: English Fantails, Black, White, Blue)

Background imageFantails Photo Mug Collection: Nests of the streaked fantail warbler, Cisticola juncidis, and reed warbler, Acrocephalus scirpaceus

Nests of the streaked fantail warbler, Cisticola juncidis, and reed warbler, Acrocephalus scirpaceus
6338773 Nests of the streaked fantail warbler, Cisticola juncidis, and reed warbler, Acrocephalus scirpaceus by Fries, Adolph (1774-1840) (after); (add.info.: Nests of the streaked fantail warbler)

Background imageFantails Photo Mug Collection: Willie Wagtail, Victoria, Australia

Willie Wagtail, Victoria, Australia
The Willie Wagtail is the largest, and most well-known, of the Australian fantails. The plumage is black above with a white belly

Background imageFantails Photo Mug Collection: Willie wagtail perching on branch

Willie wagtail perching on branch
The Willie Wagtail is the largest, and most well-known, of the Australian fantails. The plumage is black above with a white belly

Background imageFantails Photo Mug Collection: Willie Wagtail

Willie Wagtail (also known as Willy Wagtail) is a passerine bird, native to Australia, Eastern Indonesia, New Guinea and neighbouring countries

Background imageFantails Photo Mug Collection: Willie Wagtail

Willie Wagtail
Lea Scaddan

Background imageFantails Photo Mug Collection: Grey Fantail on a branch

Grey Fantail on a branch
The grey fantail (Rhipidura albiscapa) is a small insectivorous bird

Background imageFantails Photo Mug Collection: Grey Fantail

Grey Fantail
Rhipidura albiscapa

Background imageFantails Photo Mug Collection: Wagtail

Wagtail
Willie (or Willy) Wagtail (Rhipidura leucophrys) is a passerine bird native to Australia. It is one of Australias most widespread birds

Background imageFantails Photo Mug Collection: Grey Fantail

Grey Fantail
Rhipidura albiscapa

Background imageFantails Photo Mug Collection: Grey Fantail

Grey Fantail
The grey fantail (Rhipidura albiscapa) is a small insectivorous songbird. It is a common fantail found in Australia

Background imageFantails Photo Mug Collection: Grey fantail, Rhipidura albiscapa (Southern wagtail, based on a painting by the Port

Grey fantail, Rhipidura albiscapa (Southern wagtail, based on a painting by the Port
FLO4658710 Grey fantail, Rhipidura albiscapa (Southern wagtail, based on a painting by the Port Jackson Painter). Handcoloured copperplate drawn

Background imageFantails Photo Mug Collection: New Zealand Fantail, Rhipidura fuliginosa (Fan-tailed flycatcher)

New Zealand Fantail, Rhipidura fuliginosa (Fan-tailed flycatcher)
FLO4659800 New Zealand Fantail, Rhipidura fuliginosa (Fan-tailed flycatcher). Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by John Latham from his own A General History of Birds, Winchester, 1823



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Fantails Photo Mug Collection

Fantails are small passerine birds native to the Old World. They have long, forked tails and a distinctive fan-shaped tail pattern, and are found in a wide range of habitats, from forests to grasslands and even urban areas. Their diet consists mainly of insects, which they catch by flying rapidly around in circles or hovering over their prey and can social birds that live in flocks and often form pairs during breeding season. They build cup-shaped nests out of twigs and grasses, usually near water sources such as rivers or streams. The male fantail performs elaborate courtship displays to attract a mate, including singing and displaying its tail feathers in an impressive fan shape. These birds can be seen throughout much of the world's temperate regions, making them one of the most widespread species among passerines.
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Our beautiful Wall Art and Photo Gifts include Framed Prints, Photo Prints, Poster Prints, Canvas Prints, Jigsaw Puzzles, Metal Prints and so much more

The Fantails collection from Media Storehouse features a variety of stunning photographs and artwork depicting these charming passerine birds. Our collection includes wall art, framed prints, photo prints, canvas prints, jigsaw puzzles, and greeting cards that showcase the beauty and unique characteristics of these feathered creatures. Fantails are known for their distinctive fan-shaped tails and agile flying abilities. They can be found in various habitats across the world, including forests, gardens, and parks. The images in our collection capture the playful nature of these birds as they flit about in search of insects or engage in courtship displays. Whether you're an avid bird watcher or simply appreciate beautiful artwork featuring nature's wonders, the Fantails collection offers something for everyone. From vibrant colors to intricate details captured by talented photographers and artists alike - our collection is sure to delight anyone who loves these delightful little birds.
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What are Fantails (Passerines Birds Animals) art prints?

Fantails are a type of passerine bird that belong to the family Rhipiduridae. These birds are known for their distinctive fan-shaped tails, which they use to communicate with other members of their species and to help them balance while perched on branches. Fantails can be found in various parts of the world, including Asia, Australia, and New Zealand. Fantail art prints from Media Storehouse feature stunning images of these beautiful birds captured by talented photographers. These prints showcase the intricate details of fantails' feathers and unique tail shapes, making them perfect for nature lovers or anyone who appreciates avian beauty. Whether you're looking for a colorful print to brighten up your home or office space or a gift for someone who loves birds, Fantail art prints from Media Storehouse offer something special. With a range of sizes and framing options available, it's easy to find the perfect print that fits your style and budget.
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What Fantails (Passerines Birds Animals) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of Fantail art prints that are perfect for bird enthusiasts and nature lovers. These Passerine birds are known for their distinctive fan-shaped tails, which make them a popular subject for artists and photographers alike. You can choose from a variety of styles, including watercolor paintings, black and white photographs, and colorful digital illustrations. Some of the most popular Fantail art prints available at Media Storehouse include close-up portraits that showcase the intricate details of these beautiful birds' feathers and features. Other options feature Fantails in their natural habitats or interacting with other wildlife. Whether you're looking to decorate your home or office with stunning artwork or searching for unique gifts for bird lovers, we have something to offer. With so many high-quality Fantail art prints to choose from, you're sure to find the perfect piece to suit your style and taste.
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How do I buy Fantails (Passerines Birds Animals) art prints?

To buy Fantails art prints from Media Storehouse, you can browse our extensive collection of high-quality images featuring these beautiful birds. Once you have found the print that you like, simply add it to your cart and proceed to checkout. You will be prompted to enter your shipping and payment information before completing the purchase. We offer a wide range of printing options for their art prints, including canvas, framed prints, and photographic prints. We also offer a variety of sizes so that you can choose the perfect size for your space. Whether you are looking for a stunning piece of wall art or a unique gift for someone special, we have something to suit every taste and budget. With our easy-to-use website and secure online ordering system, buying Fantails art prints has never been easier.
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How much do Fantails (Passerines Birds Animals) art prints cost?

Fantail art prints are available for purchase at Media Storehouse. The cost of these prints may vary depending on the size, framing options, and other factors. However, you can rest assured that they will receive high-quality artwork that captures the beauty and unique characteristics of these passerine birds. Fantails are known for their distinctive fan-shaped tails and lively personalities. They are a popular subject among bird enthusiasts and nature lovers alike. Whether you're looking to decorate your home or office with stunning artwork or simply want to add to your collection of avian-themed items, Fantail art prints from Media Storehouse offer an excellent option. With a wide selection of sizes and styles available, there is sure to be a print that suits your needs perfectly. So why not explore the range today and discover the perfect piece of Fantail art for you?
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How will my Fantails (Passerines Birds Animals) art prints be delivered to me?

Your Fantails art prints will be delivered to you in a safe and secure manner. We take great care in packaging your prints so that they arrive at your doorstep undamaged. Your prints will be carefully rolled up and placed into a sturdy cardboard tube for protection during transit. We use trusted delivery partners who are experienced in handling delicate items such as artwork, ensuring that your package is handled with the utmost care throughout its journey to you. You can track the progress of your order online, allowing you to keep an eye on when it will arrive. Once your package arrives, simply unroll the print and display it however you choose - whether that's framing it or hanging it directly on the wall using clips or pins. With our high-quality printing techniques, we're confident that you'll love the way these beautiful birds come to life on paper.