Vintage bird illustration

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Vintage French Zoology Reproduction Print - Illustrated Flamingos by Alphonse Tremeau de Rochebrune - Educational Chart Poster Birds Animal Art, Animal Drawings, Science Illustration, Scientific Illustration, Vintage Birds, Animal Illustration, Bird Illustration, Bird Prints, Vintage Illustration


Faune de la Sénégambie /. Paris :O. Doin,1883-1887..

They dive in head first, wings in full reverse throttle + their sail sized yellow throat gulps a gallon at once. I've been eye to eye in waves with the amazing peach headed scoopers.


Lunch in the Everglades by Barbara Groenteman Watercolor ~ 30 x 24

Lunch in the Everglades

Pelican (by Art X) - via: vurtual - Imgend pinned and dedicated to Carla LaPointe Beautiful Birds, Animals Beautiful, Adorable Animals, Beautiful Things, Bird Pictures, Birds Pics, Animal Pictures, Guache, All Gods Creatures
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White Pelican by Bert Broers on Beautiful Birds, Animals Beautiful, Cute Animals, Pelican Bird, Vintage Bird Illustration, Aquatic Birds, Duck Bird, Blue Horse, Shorebirds
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Peacock from Rare Dodo, Partridge, Eagle, Parrot Prints from The Natural History of Birds Botanical Art, Vintage Bird Illustration, Nature Illustration, Peacock Drawing, Vintage Birds, Fauna Illustration, Bird Illustration, Prints, Nature Journal

Peacock from Rare Dodo, Partridge, Eagle, Parrot Prints from The Natural History of Birds

Peacock from Rare Dodo, Partridge, Eagle, Parrot Prints from The Natural History of Birds

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1957 Mute Swan Vintage Print Old Lithograph Cygnus by Craftissimo, Lithograph Print, Vintage Bird Illustration, Fish Drawings, Vintage Birds, Bird Sketch, Mute Swan, Lithograph, Bird Illustration, Vintage Prints

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Antique Offset lithograph printed in 1957, beautifully detailed, brilliantly colored, perfect for framing. Condition: very good; Original scientific description printed on the reverse. Paper size: Inches: approx 10.6" x 7.5" (27 x 19 cm). Origin: Oldenburg, Germany. Antique prints can have some imperfections, discoloration and minimal spots, but this is due to age and give the picture a certain charm. Please look at the pictures carefully, read the description of each item and examine the…

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A Vision in Pink

I photographed this Roseate Spoonbill at Merritt Island NWR on Florida's "Space Coast" a few winters ago. The image was taken in that nice dusky quiet light just after sunset. It's taken me a long time to get around to processing this image because I do find the ripples in the water strange - it gives the illusion the image isn't level...

The greater flamingo is a bird in the family Phoenicopteridae. It is the most common of flamingo species and can be found from western Africa to south Asia.

PInk Flamingo Antique Bird Print — MUSEUM OUTLETS

Pink Flamingo Antique Bird Print giclee reproduction print on fine paper that will not fade. Available in different sizes, unframed or elegant frame in beautiful vintage wood frame that complements the art. Custom sizes available. Made in USA

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Natural Curiosities Warnicke Spoonbill

This image, based on a plate from American Ornithology (published 1808–1814), represents the earliest study of American birds. The predecessor of John Audubon, Alexander Wilson was a Scottish-American poet, naturalist and illustrator, and heralded as “the Father of American Ornithology.” Wilson illustrated 268 birds in all, 26 of which had not been previously described. The inclusion of multiple species on the same plate is a result of the small budget Wilson had to work with. These pieces…