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Welcome Swallow Collection

Welcome Swallows are small passerine birds found in Australia, New Zealand, and parts of Asia

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Background imageWelcome Swallow Collection: Sport - Football - Arsenal - 1956-57 Top Row - L to R - R. Swallow, A. Biggs, J

Sport - Football - Arsenal - 1956-57 Top Row - L to R - R. Swallow, A. Biggs, J. Smailes, H. Dove, R. Greenwood, V. Groves. Second Row - L to R - L. Garrett, B. McGreevey, D. Barrett, E. Cox, D.M

Background imageWelcome Swallow Collection: Ornithoptera alexandrae, Queen Alexandras birdwing butterfly

Ornithoptera alexandrae, Queen Alexandras birdwing butterfly
A mounted specimen of Queen Alexandras birdwing butterfly from Papua New Guinea. Male specimen measuring 188 mm across wingtips. See 14964 for the female which is larger

Background imageWelcome Swallow Collection: WW2 Memorabilia - Damaged Cafe informing suppliers

WW2 Memorabilia - Damaged Cafe informing suppliers
WW2 Home Front Memorabilia - Damaged Cafe Colette of Swallow Street, London sending information on a printed card to inform suppliers that (likely due to Bomb damage)

Background imageWelcome Swallow Collection: A Swallow in flight

A Swallow in flight
A swallow (Hirundo rustica) in flight. Painting by Malcolm Greensmith

Background imageWelcome Swallow Collection: Old Towngate - Holmfirth, West Yorkshire

Old Towngate - Holmfirth, West Yorkshire
Old Towngate, Holmfirth, West Yorkshire. Holmfirth has become well known as the location of the situation comedy Last of the Summer Wine

Background imageWelcome Swallow Collection: Dandelion Clock by Muriel Dawson

Dandelion Clock by Muriel Dawson
Charming illustration of a small child, probably a little boy in blue smock and shorts seated on a small tuffet of grass and blowing a dandelion clock while clutching a favourite doll in his other

Background imageWelcome Swallow Collection: Poster advertising Lourenco Marques, Mozambique

Poster advertising Lourenco Marques, Mozambique
Poster advertising Lourenco Marques, now Maputo, the capital city of Mozambique. Follow the swallows

Background imageWelcome Swallow Collection: Tucumcari, New Mexico, United States. Route 66

Tucumcari, New Mexico, United States. Route 66

Background imageWelcome Swallow Collection: Swallow-Tailed Kite

Swallow-Tailed Kite
AMERICAN SWALLOW-TAILED KITE (Elaboides furcatus)

Background imageWelcome Swallow Collection: Swallow-tailed kite in flight, Elanoides forficatus, Central Florida, USA

Swallow-tailed kite in flight, Elanoides forficatus, Central Florida, USA

Background imageWelcome Swallow Collection: Greek civilization, fresco depicting spring, from Akrotiri, Thera, Santorini

Greek civilization, fresco depicting spring, from Akrotiri, Thera, Santorini
Greek civilization, 16th century b.C. Fresco depicting Spring. From Akrotiri, Thera, Santorini, Greece. Detail: swallows

Background imageWelcome Swallow Collection: Hirundo rustica, barn swallow

Hirundo rustica, barn swallow
Plate 89 from Sir William Jardines The Naturalists Library. Original Drawings. Birds

Background imageWelcome Swallow Collection: Hirundo rustica, Barn Swallow in flight opening its beak to catch insect, side view

Hirundo rustica, Barn Swallow in flight opening its beak to catch insect, side view

Background imageWelcome Swallow Collection: Swallow-tailed Kite

Swallow-tailed Kite
JZ-2045 Swallow-tailed Kite Elanoides forficatus Distribution: United States to eastern Peru and northern Argentina. Formerly Falco forficatus Jim Zipp Please note that prints are for personal

Background imageWelcome Swallow Collection: Ornithoptera alexandrae, Queen Alexandras birdwing butterfl

Ornithoptera alexandrae, Queen Alexandras birdwing butterfl
Digital image of the upperside of a mounted specimen of a Queen Alexandras birdwing butterfly from the family Papilionidae

Background imageWelcome Swallow Collection: Moon, swallows, and peach blossoms

Moon, swallows, and peach blossoms. Print shows two sparrows with peach blossoms and a full moon. Date 185-, printed later

Background imageWelcome Swallow Collection: Thumbkinetta (Boyle 2)

Thumbkinetta (Boyle 2)
Thumbkinetta (Tommelise) rides on a swallows back

Background imageWelcome Swallow Collection: Barn Swallows - massing on electricity cables prior to migrating - Grahamstown - Eastern Cape

Barn Swallows - massing on electricity cables prior to migrating - Grahamstown - Eastern Cape - South Africa
ASW-4842 Barn Swallows - massing on electricity cables prior to migrating Grahamstown - Eastern Cape - South Africa Hirundo rustica Alan J. S

Background imageWelcome Swallow Collection: Swallow - young birds, begging for food from adult, Lower Saxony, Germany

Swallow - young birds, begging for food from adult, Lower Saxony, Germany
USH-3625 Swallow - young birds, begging for food from adult Lower Saxony, Germany Hirundo rustica Duncan Usher Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageWelcome Swallow Collection: Swallow-tailed Kite

Swallow-tailed Kite
JZ-2046 Swallow-tailed Kite Elanoides forficatus Distribution: United States to eastern Peru and northern Argentina. Formerly Falco forficatus Jim Zipp Please note that prints are for personal

Background imageWelcome Swallow Collection: The Happy Prince

The Happy Prince - by Oscar Wilde. In a town where a lot of poor people are suffering, a lonely swallow meets the statue of the late " Happy Prince"

Background imageWelcome Swallow Collection: Princess Diana at the Vanderbilt Racquet Club in London prior to a doubles match with

Princess Diana at the Vanderbilt Racquet Club in London prior to a doubles match with David Verney (Lord Willoughby De Broke), Steffi Graf and Club Secretary Charles Swallow. 10th June 1988

Background imageWelcome Swallow Collection: Barn Swallow (Hirundo rustica) in flight. Portugal, Europe

Barn Swallow (Hirundo rustica) in flight. Portugal, Europe

Background imageWelcome Swallow Collection: Flying fishes (terns), 2500 BC. (fresco)

Flying fishes (terns), 2500 BC. (fresco)
LRI4591555 Flying fishes (terns), 2500 BC. (fresco) by Cycladic, (25th-23rd century BC); National Archaeological Museum, Athens

Background imageWelcome Swallow Collection: A 1931 Wolseley Hornet Swallow two seater

A 1931 Wolseley Hornet Swallow two seater

Background imageWelcome Swallow Collection: The Prince and Princess by Florence Mary Anderson

The Prince and Princess by Florence Mary Anderson
" The Prince and Princess by Florence Mary Anderson. " We are so glad you could come to our party, said Lady Arabella, in Adventures in Magic Land from Dorothy Black." 1917

Background imageWelcome Swallow Collection: Swallow-tailed gull (Creagrus furcatus) Plazas Island, Galapagos

Swallow-tailed gull (Creagrus furcatus) Plazas Island, Galapagos

Background imageWelcome Swallow Collection: Swallow tailed Kite bird of prey

Swallow tailed Kite bird of prey
A photograph of an original hand-colored engraving from The History of British Birds by Morris published in 1853-1891

Background imageWelcome Swallow Collection: Two Barn swallows (Hirundo rustica), Hertfordshire, England, UK, May

Two Barn swallows (Hirundo rustica), Hertfordshire, England, UK, May

Background imageWelcome Swallow Collection: Hirundo rustica, five Barn Swallows perched on a wire

Hirundo rustica, five Barn Swallows perched on a wire

Background imageWelcome Swallow Collection: Thumbelina flies away on the Swallows back

Thumbelina flies away on the Swallows back
Thumbelina escapes from the Field Mouse and the Mole on the back of the Swallow. Illustration to a fairytale by Hans Christian Andersen, first published 1835

Background imageWelcome Swallow Collection: Thumbelina kisses the Swallow goodbye

Thumbelina kisses the Swallow goodbye
Thumbelina stands on tiptoe and kisses the Swallow goodbye. Illustration to a fairytale by Hans Christian Andersen, first published 1835

Background imageWelcome Swallow Collection: The Vaux Brewery in Sunderland - on the day that it was announced that the North East

The Vaux Brewery in Sunderland - on the day that it was announced that the North East hotel was quitting its brewing and wholesaling business to concentrate on its Swallow Hotels

Background imageWelcome Swallow Collection: Plan of the Rivelin Valley from Rivelin Mill to Hollins Bridge, c. 1814

Plan of the Rivelin Valley from Rivelin Mill to Hollins Bridge, c. 1814
From an original at Sheffield Libraries: arc03990. Reading left to right: Rivelin Mill, [River Rivelin], Upper Coppice Wheel, Second Coppice Wheel, Third Coppice Wheel, paper mill

Background imageWelcome Swallow Collection: Silhouette of Barn Swallow (Hirundo rustica) flying over water, hawking for insects, Berwickshire

Silhouette of Barn Swallow (Hirundo rustica) flying over water, hawking for insects, Berwickshire, Scotland, UK, July

Background imageWelcome Swallow Collection: Pat Metheney, 2008. Artist: Alan John Ainsworth

Pat Metheney, 2008. Artist: Alan John Ainsworth
Pat Metheney, Gary Burton Quartet (Pat Metheny, Steve Swallow, Antonio Sanchez), Barbican, July 2011

Background imageWelcome Swallow Collection: Riparia riparia, Hirundo rustica, Delichon urbica

Riparia riparia, Hirundo rustica, Delichon urbica
Plate 36 from Archibald Thorburns second edtition of British Birds, Vol. 1 (1925)

Background imageWelcome Swallow Collection: Kitsch Greek Greetings Postcard

Kitsch Greek Greetings Postcard
A kitsch Greek Greetings card, featuring a rather unusual bird (cross between a swallow and a dove!?) carrying a message of good wishes across the sea, surrounded by a border of red and pink flowers

Background imageWelcome Swallow Collection: Picture No. 11993132

Picture No. 11993132
Blackbird - About to Swallow a Pyracantha Berry - Cornwall - UK Date

Background imageWelcome Swallow Collection: Gladys, Albert Batchelor in British Klemm L25C 1A Swallow

Gladys, Albert Batchelor in British Klemm L25C 1A Swallow
Gladys and Albert Batchelor in his British Klemm L25C 1A Swallow, G-ACXD

Background imageWelcome Swallow Collection: The Blue Bird for Happiness

The Blue Bird for Happiness
3775029 The Blue Bird for Happiness by Robinson, Frederick Cayley (1862-1927); (add.info.: The Blue Bird for Happiness, by Maurice Maeterlinck first performed at Haymarket Theatre 1909-Poster design)

Background imageWelcome Swallow Collection: Left to right are: Susan Moisey, Wendy Pashley and Katherine Flowers

Left to right are: Susan Moisey, Wendy Pashley and Katherine Flowers, who are appearing in the english Opera Group presentation of " La Rondine" at the Theatre Royal

Background imageWelcome Swallow Collection: Peacocks, 1683. Creator: Melchior d Hondecoeter

Peacocks, 1683. Creator: Melchior d Hondecoeter
Peacocks, 1683

Background imageWelcome Swallow Collection: Glaucus atlanticus, blue sea slug

Glaucus atlanticus, blue sea slug
Ff. 23 Vol 3. Watercolour painting by Sydney Parkinson made during Captain James Cooks first voyage to explore the southern continent 1768-1771

Background imageWelcome Swallow Collection: Ornithoptera alexandrae, Queen Alexandras birdwing butterfly

Ornithoptera alexandrae, Queen Alexandras birdwing butterfly

Background imageWelcome Swallow Collection: Pair of Luna Silk Moth of North American photographed Sammamish, Washington

Pair of Luna Silk Moth of North American photographed Sammamish, Washington

Background imageWelcome Swallow Collection: Cartoon - Swallowing a yarn

Cartoon - Swallowing a yarn
A little blackbird fails to consume a length of twine: " I can t swallow that yarn." Date: circa 1915

Background imageWelcome Swallow Collection: Neo-gothic castle near Yalta, Ukraine

Neo-gothic castle near Yalta, Ukraine
View of a neo-gothic castle known as the Swallows Nest, on the edge of a cliff above the Black Sea, near Yalta, Ukraine. It was built by a German nobleman in 1912



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Welcome Swallow Collection

Welcome Swallows are small passerine birds found in Australia, New Zealand, and parts of Asia. They have a distinctive forked tail and long wings that make them easy to recognize. Their plumage is mostly steel blue on top with a white underside and chest. They feed mainly on insects which they catch in flight, but will also eat some seeds and fruit. Welcome Swallows build their nests from mud pellets which they construct on ledges or under eaves of buildings or bridges. During the breeding season they can be seen in large flocks gathering around water sources such as rivers, lakes or wetlands where they will gather to drink and bathe before returning to their nesting sites, and are an important part of the ecosystem as they help control insect populations while providing food for other animals such as hawks and owls.
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Our beautiful pictures are available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Photo Gifts

The Welcome Swallow collection from Media Storehouse features a variety of stunning photographs and artwork showcasing the beauty of these small passerine birds. Our collection includes wall art, framed prints, photo prints, canvas prints, jigsaw puzzles, and greeting cards that are perfect for bird enthusiasts or anyone who appreciates nature's beauty. These tiny birds are known for their distinctive blue-black plumage and long wingspan. They can be found throughout Australia and New Zealand in a range of habitats including forests, grasslands, wetlands and urban areas. The Welcome Swallow is an agile flyer with impressive aerial acrobatics as they dart through the air catching insects on the wing. Whether you're looking to decorate your home with beautiful bird-themed art or searching for unique gift ideas for friends and family who love nature photography or birdwatching, the Welcome Swallow collection has something to offer everyone.
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What are Welcome Swallow (Swallows And Martins Passerines Birds Animals) art prints?

Welcome Swallow art prints are beautiful depictions of the Welcome Swallow bird species, which is a type of passerine bird found in Australia and parts of Southeast Asia. These prints showcase the stunning aerial acrobatics and graceful movements of these birds as they swoop through the air catching insects on the wing. The artwork captures their distinctive blue-black plumage, white underbelly, and forked tail. These art prints are created using high-quality printing techniques that highlight every detail of the original artwork. They come in a range of sizes to suit different spaces and can be framed or mounted for display. Whether you're an avid birdwatcher or simply appreciate nature-inspired art, Welcome Swallow art prints make a wonderful addition to any home or office decor. We offer a wide selection of Welcome Swallow art prints from various artists, ensuring that there is something for everyone's taste and style preferences.
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What Welcome Swallow (Swallows And Martins Passerines Birds Animals) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of Welcome Swallow art prints that are perfect for bird enthusiasts and nature lovers. These beautiful Passerine birds can be seen in various poses, including flying, perching, and feeding their young ones. The prints come in different sizes and formats to suit your preferences, from framed prints to canvas wraps. You can choose from a variety of styles such as vintage illustrations or contemporary photographs that capture the beauty of these birds in stunning detail. Whether you prefer black and white or full-color images, there is something for everyone at Media Storehouse. In addition to individual prints, you can also find collections featuring multiple Welcome Swallows together with other species of swallows and martins. These collections make great gifts for birdwatchers or anyone who appreciates the natural world. Media Storehouse has an excellent selection of Welcome Swallow art prints that are sure to delight any fan of these charming little birds.
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How do I buy Welcome Swallow (Swallows And Martins Passerines Birds Animals) art prints?

To buy Welcome Swallow art prints from Media Storehouse, you can browse our extensive collection of Passerines Birds Animals and select the print that catches your eye. Once you have found a suitable print, simply add it to your cart and proceed to checkout. You will be prompted to enter your shipping information and payment details before finalizing the purchase. We offer a range of high-quality printing options for their art prints, including canvas, framed prints, and poster prints. You can choose the size and format that best suits your needs. Our website is easy to navigate with clear images of each product available for purchase. If you need any assistance or have questions about their products or services, we offer customer support via email or phone. Buying Welcome Swallow art prints from Media Storehouse is a straightforward process that allows you to bring beautiful nature-inspired artwork into your home or office space.
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How much do Welcome Swallow (Swallows And Martins Passerines Birds Animals) art prints cost?

Welcome Swallow art prints are available for purchase from Media Storehouse. The cost of these prints may vary depending on the size and type of print selected. These prints showcase the beauty and elegance of this species, capturing their unique characteristics in stunning detail. We offer a wide range of Welcome Swallow art prints to choose from, including canvas prints, framed prints, and photographic prints. Each print is produced using high-quality materials to ensure that it lasts for years to come. Whether you're looking for a beautiful piece of wall art or a gift for someone special, Welcome Swallow art prints are an excellent choice. With their vibrant colors and intricate details, they are sure to add a touch of natural beauty to any space. So why not browse through our collection today and find the perfect print for your home or office?
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How will my Welcome Swallow (Swallows And Martins Passerines Birds Animals) art prints be delivered to me?

We take great care in delivering your Welcome Swallow art prints to you. We use high-quality packaging materials to ensure that your prints arrive in perfect condition. Your art prints will be carefully rolled and placed into a sturdy tube for protection during transit. We work with trusted delivery partners who offer reliable and secure shipping services. Once your order has been dispatched, you will receive a tracking number so that you can keep an eye on its progress. We are committed to providing our customers with the best possible service. If you have any questions or concerns about the delivery of your Welcome Swallow art prints, please don't hesitate to get in touch with our friendly customer service team who will be happy to help.