Now You Can Explore These Remarkable Prints by Nicholas Day
Now you can own a signed limited edition print, (only 50 printed), by a successful Wildlife Artist using an original medium.At an affordable price!
These signed and numbered bird pictures by Nicholas Day are printed to a very high resolution and standard, on superb quality paper with fast inks to guarantee total colour strength for at least 80 years under normal conditions.
The detail illustrates the artist's unique style and medium.
The pictures are set in an acid-free mount measuring 15" by 12"(38cm by 30.5cm) and is delivered wrapped in a clear jacket. Have a look at the fine
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Image shown,is a "Greenfinch on Branch" in an acid free mount.Size of the print is 12" by 15"(38cm by 30.5cm)This is signed and numbered limited edition of 50 only.Printed to a very high resolution and standard, on superb quality paper with fast inks to guarantee total colour strength for at least 80 years under normal conditions.You will be very impressed with the price and the quality of this mounted print.
All about The Green Finch
Greenfinch-(Carduelis chloris)Its twittering and wheezing song, and flash of yellow and green as it flies, make this finch a truly colourful character. Nesting in a garden conifer, or feasting on black sunflower seeds, it is a popular garden visitor, able to take advantage of food in town and city gardens at a time when intensive agriculture has deprived it of many weed seeds in the countryside. Although quite sociable, they may squabble among themselves or with other birds at the bird table.
Where does it live?Breeding Woodland edges, tall hedges, conifer plantations, orchards, churchyards, park and gardens - anywhere with tall, fairly dense trees and plenty of seeds and insects. Parks and gardens with evergreen shrubs and a ready supply of birdtable food make them common in towns and villages.
Wintering Similar to breeding habitats, but a greater tendency to feed in fields, gardens and along seashore, often joing with flocks of other finches and buntings.
Where to see itA common countryside bird found in woods and hedges, but mostly found close to man on farmland and in parks, town and village gardens and orchards. Only absent from upland areas without trees and bushes.
What does it eat? Seeds and insects
What does it sound like?A nasal 'chewee'; a wheezing, trilling song
When to see it All year round
Similar species Siskin. Did you know? The generic name Carduelis comes from the Latin for thistle, and refers to finches including linnet, greenfinch and goldfinch.
Incubation: 11-15 days
Fledging: 14-18 days
Maximum lifespan: 12 years
UK breeding: 560,000 territories
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Image shown,is a "Goldfinch On Teasel" in an acid free mount.Size of the print is 12" by 15"(38cm by 30.5cm)This is signed and numbered limited edition of 50 only.Printed to a very high resolution and standard, on superb quality paper with fast inks to guarantee total colour strength for at least 80 years under normal conditions.You will be very impressed with the price and the quality of this mounted print.
All about The Gold Finch
AKA: European goldfinch A highly coloured finch with a bright red face and yellow wing patch. Sociable, often breeding in loose colonies, they have a delightful liquid twittering song and call. Their long fine beaks allow them to extract otherwise inaccessible seeds from thistles and teasels. Increasingly they are visiting birdtables and feeders. In winter many UK goldfinches migrate as far south as Spain.
Where does it live?
Breeding Likes trees and bushes with areas of tall weeds nearby. Often breeds near man in parks, gardens, nurseries, orchards and
churchyards. In wider countryside likes
woodland edges and heaths and commons with
gorse and hawthorn.
Wintering Similar to breeding habitat, but forms into flocks which may range over waste land, coastal fields and flats, and rough pasture. Anywhere with plenty of thistles, burdock and teasels.
Where to see it Anywhere there are scattered bushes and trees, rough ground with thistles and other seeding plants. Likes orchards, parks, gardens, heathland and commons. Less common in upland areas and most numerous in southern England.
What does it eat? Seeds and insects in summer.
What does it sound like?
A liquid, twittering song with trills; twittering calls
When to see it All year round.
Similar species Greenfinch
Did you know?
The scientific name Carduelis comes from
the Latin for thistle.
Incubation: 11-14 days
Fledging: 13-18 days
Maximum lifespan: 8 years
UK breeding: 230,000 territories
UK wintering: 100,000 birds
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