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So I came to london for a few days and yesterday I went to Regents Park and found the waterfowl reserve! I’ve never seen so many different kinds of waterfowl in one place. So next week you will be treated to actual Fat Birds original photos, which is a first! :)
Day 55: Greater Sage-Grouse
A drag queen of the American and Canadian prairie, known for their mating rituals that can go on for hours at a time. The females are far less fabulous.
another excellent daily bird drawing blog I have been alerted to! it’s so hard for me to resist reblogging each of the posts on this blog, the artist has such a unique style and they imbue each bird with so much personality!! I love it.
February 24, 2014 - White-winged Fairywren (Malurus leucopterus)
The White-winged Fairywren is native to most of Central Australia. Some males develop bright blue plumage during breeding season. Younger birds, usually of the same family group, assist with the care of chicks.
A follower just alerted me to the existence of this blog and I’m so glad they did! This is one of the cutest and most informative little bird blogs I’ve ever seen and the art is so amazing! It’s a pretty new blog, from the looks of it, but I can tell it’s going places. Each illustration is cuter than the next- definitely worth a look and a follow! :)