PRINT A4 - Waders
The world-renowned bird artist and ornithologist Jon Fjeldså has here illustrated the most important wading birds when they fly north to colder areas and when they again fly south to warmer climes.
Jon Fjeldså, who is Norwegian but lives in Denmark, has participated in several expeditions around the world and has even found new undiscovered bird species deep in the jungles of South America.
He has categorized all passerines in the world and we are incredibly happy to have Jon's bird drawings in our range.
The poster with waders is available now and is perfect for the cottage, for people who live near the sea, for the hunter and for people with a general interest in birds.
But also for you who just think it's beautiful.
• Dimensions: 21 x 29.7 cm.
• Supplied in biodegradable cellophane.
• Weight: 45 grams.
• Language: Danish and Latin.
All posters are produced at a Swan-labelled printing house and printed on FSC certified paper. The posters are packed in biodegradable cellophane.
These birds are on the poster
Sandpiper – Pluvialis squatarola
Vibe – Vanellus vanellus
Beach wrasse – Haematopus ostralegus
Klyde – Recurvirostra avosetta
Hjejle – Pluvialis apricaria
Great copperhead – Limosa limosa
Pomeranian bird – Charadrius morinellus
Great priest 's collar – Charádrius hiaticula
Little rain shrike – Numenius phaeopus
White-breasted priest's collar - Charadrius alexandrinus
Odin's Rooster – Phalaropus lobatus
Little Copper Sandpiper – Limosa lapponica
Great bower – Numenius arquata
Brushane – Philomachus pugnax
Crooked wren – Calidris ferruginea
Black grouse – Tringa erythropus
White gland – Tringa nebularia
Icelandic wrasse – Calidris canutus
Sandpiper – Calidris alba
Tringa totanus -
Tinkerbell – Tringa glareola
Swallowtail – Tringa ochropus
Single snipe – Lymnocryptes minimus
Double Snipe – Gallinago gallinago
Woodcock – Scolopax rusticola