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Choose from 49 pictures in our Related Images collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Splendid Fairy-wren - male feeding on jam at restaurant table Featured Related Images Print

Splendid Fairy-wren - male feeding on jam at restaurant table

ASW-4830
Splendid Fairy-wren - male feeding on jam at restaurant table.
Widespread. Margaret River, Western Australia.
Malurus splendens
Alan J. S. Weaving
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© Alan Weaving/ardea.com

Australasia, Australasian, Australia, Australian, Bird, Bird Table, Blue, Colour, Colours, Eating, Fairy Wren, Fairy Wrens, Feeding, In Garden, Male, Malurinae, Oceania, Single, Western Australia, Wild Life, Wren, Wrens

Illustration: Stephen Island Wren, New Zealand. From Buller 1905, original artwork by J G Keulemans Featured Related Images Print

Illustration: Stephen Island Wren, New Zealand. From Buller 1905, original artwork by J G Keulemans

PM-9738
Illustration: Stephen Island Wren, New Zealand. From Buller 1905, original artwork by J G Keulemans
Flightless birds
Traversia insularis
Extinct, New Zealand
Pat Morris
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Black Grasswrens - male and female Featured Related Images Print

Black Grasswrens - male and female

DH-3897
Black Grasswrens - male and female
Near Little Mertens Falls, Mitchell Plateau, Kimberley, Western Australia
Amytornis housei
A rare Australian grasswren confined to huge sandstone gorges and tumbled boulders intermixed with scattered shrubs and spinifex in the far north of the Kimberley in northwest Western Australia. Accessible only to those with 4WD vehicles. Discovered in 1901 and not seen again until 1968. First nest with eggs 1998. Bounds from rock to rock disappearing through crevices beneath giant boulders reappearing farther on as they move through their territory.
Don Hadden
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© Don Hadden/ardea.com