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Frigatebirds Collection

Frigatebirds are a type of Suliformes bird, belonging to the family Fregatidae, and are large seabirds with long wings and forked tails

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Frigatebirds Collection: Ascension Frigatebird

Ascension Frigatebird Collection
2 Items

Frigatebirds Collection: Christmas Frigatebird

Christmas Frigatebird Collection
3 Items

Frigatebirds Collection: Great Frigatebird

Great Frigatebird Collection
25 Items

Frigatebirds Collection: Lesser Frigatebird

Lesser Frigatebird Collection
2 Items

Frigatebirds Collection: Magnificent Frigatebird

Magnificent Frigatebird Collection
18 Items

Frigatebirds Collection: Related Images

Related Images Collection
58 Items

Background imageFrigatebirds Collection: Magnificent frigate (Fregata magnificens) Ecuador

Magnificent frigate (Fregata magnificens) Ecuador

Background imageFrigatebirds Collection: WHITE: FRIGATE BIRD. Watercolor, c1585, by John White

WHITE: FRIGATE BIRD. Watercolor, c1585, by John White

Background imageFrigatebirds Collection: Christmas Island Frigatebird (Fregata andrewsi)

Christmas Island Frigatebird (Fregata andrewsi)
One of many, extremely tame frigatebirds that inhabit tropical Christmas Island, a small landmass placed in the far east Indian Ocean

Background imageFrigatebirds Collection: Great frigatebird (Fregata minor) in tree with pair of Nazca boobies (Sula granti

Great frigatebird (Fregata minor) in tree with pair of Nazca boobies (Sula granti) showing mating behaviour, Genovesa Island, Galapagos

Background imageFrigatebirds Collection: South America, Ecuador, Galapagos Islands. Great Frigatebird (Fregata minor), male

South America, Ecuador, Galapagos Islands. Great Frigatebird (Fregata minor), male

Background imageFrigatebirds Collection: The Old Man and the Sea

The Old Man and the Sea
Illustration by Raymond Sheppard to The Old Man and the Sea - a novella by Ernest Hemingway, written in Cuba in 1951. The story focuses on Santiago

Background imageFrigatebirds Collection: Common tern, Sterna hirundo, black tern, Chlidonias niger, great frigatebird, Fregata minor

Common tern, Sterna hirundo, black tern, Chlidonias niger, great frigatebird, Fregata minor
FLO4597806 Common tern, Sterna hirundo, black tern, Chlidonias niger, great frigatebird, Fregata minor, and white-tailed tropicbird, Phaethon lepturus

Background imageFrigatebirds Collection: Great frigatebird (Fregata minor) pair, male on left. Galapagos, Ecuador

Great frigatebird (Fregata minor) pair, male on left. Galapagos, Ecuador

Background imageFrigatebirds Collection: Magnificent Frigatebirds in flight, GalAapagos Islands

Magnificent Frigatebirds in flight, GalAapagos Islands

Background imageFrigatebirds Collection: Magnificent Frigatebirds in flight, GalAapagos Islands

Magnificent Frigatebirds in flight, GalAapagos Islands

Background imageFrigatebirds Collection: Great Frigatebird (Fregata minor) arriving at nest with chick, San Benedicto Island

Great Frigatebird (Fregata minor) arriving at nest with chick, San Benedicto Island, Revillagigedo Archipelago Biosphere Reserve / Archipielago de Revillagigedo UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site

Background imageFrigatebirds Collection: Great frigatebird (Fregata minor) male displaying inflated gular sac, Galapagos, Ecuador

Great frigatebird (Fregata minor) male displaying inflated gular sac, Galapagos, Ecuador

Background imageFrigatebirds Collection: The Australian Callicephale, 1837 (paper)

The Australian Callicephale, 1837 (paper)
7340813 The Australian Callicephale, 1837 (paper) by Potentien, Hyacinthe Yves Philippe (de Bougainville) (1781-1846); National Maritime Museum, London

Background imageFrigatebirds Collection: The Australian Flycatcher and the Flycatcher Multicolor, 1837 (paper)

The Australian Flycatcher and the Flycatcher Multicolor, 1837 (paper)
7340815 The Australian Flycatcher and the Flycatcher Multicolor, 1837 (paper) by Potentien, Hyacinthe Yves Philippe (de Bougainville) (1781-1846); 40.6x28.4 cm; National Maritime Museum, London

Background imageFrigatebirds Collection: The Australian Callicephale, 1837 (paper)

The Australian Callicephale, 1837 (paper)
7340812 The Australian Callicephale, 1837 (paper) by Potentien, Hyacinthe Yves Philippe (de Bougainville) (1781-1846); National Maritime Museum, London

Background imageFrigatebirds Collection: Man of war bird or frigate bird, possibly a juvenile, Fregata magnificens

Man of war bird or frigate bird, possibly a juvenile, Fregata magnificens. Illustration copied from George Edwards
FLO4640256 Man of war bird or frigate bird, possibly a juvenile, Fregata magnificens. Illustration copied from George Edwards

Background imageFrigatebirds Collection: The Battle of Frigate Bay, 26 January 1782, 1784 (oil painting)

The Battle of Frigate Bay, 26 January 1782, 1784 (oil painting)
7337664 The Battle of Frigate Bay, 26 January 1782, 1784 (oil painting) by Pocock, Nicholas (1741-1821); 120.5x215.9 cm; National Maritime Museum, London

Background imageFrigatebirds Collection: Great frigate birds, Fregata minor ridgwayi, flying against a blue sky

Great frigate birds, Fregata minor ridgwayi, flying against a blue sky. South Plaza Island, Galapagos, Ecuador

Background imageFrigatebirds Collection: Francolin, frigatebird and frangipani

Francolin, frigatebird and frangipani
Grey-winged francolin, Scleroptila afra 2, great frigatebird, Fregata minor 3, and red frangipani, Plumeria rubra 1. Franchipanier, francolin, fregate

Background imageFrigatebirds Collection: Magnificent frigatebirds (Fregata magnificens) diving for fish prey, Borrero Bay

Magnificent frigatebirds (Fregata magnificens) diving for fish prey, Borrero Bay, Santa Cruz Island, Galapagos

Background imageFrigatebirds Collection: Magnificent frigatebird (Fregata magnificens) attacking Blue footed booby (Sula nebouxii

Magnificent frigatebird (Fregata magnificens) attacking Blue footed booby (Sula nebouxii) feeding chick. This bird is trying to steal the food from the parent. Santa Cruz Island, Galapagos

Background imageFrigatebirds Collection: Magnificent frigatebird (Fregata magnificens) in flight over sea between Isabela Island

Magnificent frigatebird (Fregata magnificens) in flight over sea between Isabela Island and Fernandina Island, Galapagos

Background imageFrigatebirds Collection: Great frigatebird (Fregata minor) male displaying inflated gular sac, Galapagos, Ecuador

Great frigatebird (Fregata minor) male displaying inflated gular sac, Galapagos, Ecuador

Background imageFrigatebirds Collection: Great frigatebird (Phaethon aethereus) male at nest site, with gular sac inflated

Great frigatebird (Phaethon aethereus) male at nest site, with gular sac inflated to attract females. Genovesa Island, Galapagos, May

Background imageFrigatebirds Collection: Magnificent Frigatebird in flight with red gular pouch and twig in beak

Magnificent Frigatebird in flight with red gular pouch and twig in beak

Background imageFrigatebirds Collection: Magnificent Frigate (Fregata magnificens) male displaying by inflating his throat pouch

Magnificent Frigate (Fregata magnificens) male displaying by inflating his throat pouch. North Seymour, Galapagos, Ecuador, April

Background imageFrigatebirds Collection: Great Frigatebird (Fregata minor) in flight over Midway Atoll. Midway

Great Frigatebird (Fregata minor) in flight over Midway Atoll. Midway

Background imageFrigatebirds Collection: Central America, Belize, Magnificent Frigatebird (Fregata magnificens) and a Brown

Central America, Belize, Magnificent Frigatebird (Fregata magnificens) and a Brown Booby on a mangrove caye

Background imageFrigatebirds Collection: A pair of adult male great frigatebirds (Fregata minor), in flight over Fernandina Island

A pair of adult male great frigatebirds (Fregata minor), in flight over Fernandina Island, Galapagos Islands, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Ecuador, South America

Background imageFrigatebirds Collection: Great frigatebird (Fregata minor) chicks on the nest on North Seymour Island, Galapagos Islands

Great frigatebird (Fregata minor) chicks on the nest on North Seymour Island, Galapagos Islands, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Ecuador, South America

Background imageFrigatebirds Collection: Frigate Pelican From Birds of America (1827)

Frigate Pelican From Birds of America (1827)
John James Audubon

Background imageFrigatebirds Collection: Magnificent frigatebirds (Fregata magnificens) pair in courtship display

Magnificent frigatebirds (Fregata magnificens) pair in courtship display, male with gular sac inflated, North Seymour Island, Galapagos National Park, Galapagos Islands

Background imageFrigatebirds Collection: Great Frigate bird (Fregata minor ridgwayi), South Plaza Island, Galapagos islands, Ecuador

Great Frigate bird (Fregata minor ridgwayi), South Plaza Island, Galapagos islands, Ecuador. Date: 03-11-2017
Great Frigate bird (Fregata minor ridgwayi), South Plaza Island, Galapagos islands, Ecuador. Date

Background imageFrigatebirds Collection: Great Frigate birds (Fregata minor ridgwayi), South Plaza Island, Galapagos islands, Ecuador

Great Frigate birds (Fregata minor ridgwayi), South Plaza Island, Galapagos islands, Ecuador. Date: 03-11-2017
Great Frigate birds (Fregata minor ridgwayi), South Plaza Island, Galapagos islands, Ecuador. Date

Background imageFrigatebirds Collection: Great frigatebird (Fregata minor) attempting to steal food from Nazca booby (Sula granti)

Great frigatebird (Fregata minor) attempting to steal food from Nazca booby (Sula granti) feeding its chick, Genovesa Island, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador

Background imageFrigatebirds Collection: Tapa cloth, c. 1800 (cloth)

Tapa cloth, c. 1800 (cloth)
7264995 Tapa cloth, c. 1800 (cloth) by Polynesian School, (19th Century); Manchester Museum, The University of Manchester, England; (add.info.: Large piece of patterned tapa cloth)

Background imageFrigatebirds Collection: A Fifth-Rate 36-Gun Frigate Hove-To on a Starboard Tack (oil on panel)

A Fifth-Rate 36-Gun Frigate Hove-To on a Starboard Tack (oil on panel)
7088882 A Fifth-Rate 36-Gun Frigate Hove-To on a Starboard Tack (oil on panel) by Ward of Hull, John (1798-1849); 15x23 cm; Private Collection

Background imageFrigatebirds Collection: Female Great frigatebird, Genovesa Island, Ecuador

Female Great frigatebird, Genovesa Island, Ecuador

Background imageFrigatebirds Collection: Male Great frigatebird (Fregata minor) in breeding condition with semi-inflated throat pouch

Male Great frigatebird (Fregata minor) in breeding condition with semi-inflated throat pouch, Christmas Island, Australia

Background imageFrigatebirds Collection: Great Frigate bird (Fregata minor ridgwayi), South Plaza Island, Galapagos islands

Great Frigate bird (Fregata minor ridgwayi), South Plaza Island, Galapagos islands, Ecuador

Background imageFrigatebirds Collection: Great Frigate birds (Fregata minor ridgwayi), South Plaza Island, Galapagos islands

Great Frigate birds (Fregata minor ridgwayi), South Plaza Island, Galapagos islands, Ecuador

Background imageFrigatebirds Collection: A juvenile great frigatebird (Fregata minor) in flight on North Seymour Island, Galapagos

A juvenile great frigatebird (Fregata minor) in flight on North Seymour Island, Galapagos, Ecuador, South America



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Frigatebirds Collection

Frigatebirds are a type of Suliformes bird, belonging to the family Fregatidae, and are large seabirds with long wings and forked tails. They have black feathers, long pointed wings and a hooked beak and can reach speeds of up to 95 km/h while in flight and they soar high above the ocean searching for food. Frigatebirds feed mainly on fish, squid and crustaceans which they catch by swooping down on them from above or by snatching them from the surface of the water. They also steal food from other birds such as boobies, terns and tropicbirds. Frigatebirds nest in colonies on remote islands or coastal areas where there is little human activity. Their nests are made up of sticks lined with grasses or leaves which are built in trees or bushes near water sources like lagoons or mangroves swamps.
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Our beautiful Wall Art and Photo Gifts include Framed Prints, Photo Prints, Poster Prints, Canvas Prints, Jigsaw Puzzles, Metal Prints and so much more

Media Storehouse offers a stunning collection of Frigatebirds, which are part of the family. Our collection features wall art, framed prints, photo prints, canvas prints, jigsaw puzzles and greeting cards that showcase the beauty and gracefulness of these magnificent birds. These aerial acrobats are known for their long wingspan and ability to soar effortlessly over the ocean for days at a time. Their striking appearance is characterized by their distinctive forked tails and hooked beaks. The Frigatebird collection captures these birds in various poses such as soaring high above the waves or perched on tree branches with their wings spread wide open. The images have been carefully curated to highlight the intricate details of each bird's feathers and unique markings. Whether you're an avid bird lover or simply looking to add some natural beauty to your home decor, our Frigatebird collection has something for everyone. With its range of print options available in different sizes and formats, our collection is perfect for anyone who appreciates nature's wonders.
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What are Frigatebirds (Suliformes Birds Animals) art prints?

Frigatebirds are a type of Suliformes bird that can be found in tropical and subtropical regions around the world. These birds are known for their distinctive appearance, with long wings and forked tails that make them excellent fliers. Frigatebird art prints capture the beauty of these majestic creatures, showcasing their unique features and vibrant colors. Frigatebird art prints are available in a variety of styles, from realistic depictions to abstract interpretations. They can be printed on high-quality paper or canvas, making them perfect for framing and displaying in your home or office. Whether you're an avid bird watcher or simply appreciate the beauty of nature, frigatebird art prints offer a stunning addition to any collection. With our extensive selection of frigatebird art prints, you're sure to find the perfect piece to suit your style and taste. From classic photographs to modern artwork, there's something for everyone in this impressive collection.
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What Frigatebirds (Suliformes Birds Animals) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of Frigatebird art prints that are perfect for bird enthusiasts and nature lovers. You can choose from a variety of stunning images featuring these magnificent birds in their natural habitats, captured by talented photographers from around the world. Some of the Frigatebird art prints available at Media Storehouse include close-up shots of their unique features such as their distinctive red throat pouches, as well as breathtaking aerial views showcasing their impressive wingspan and agility in flight. These prints come in various sizes to suit your preferences and can be framed or mounted according to your liking. Whether you're looking to decorate your home or office with beautiful artwork or simply want to add some avian flair to your collection, we have something for everyone. With its vast selection of high-quality Frigatebird art prints, you're sure to find the perfect piece that captures the beauty and majesty of these amazing creatures.
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How do I buy Frigatebirds (Suliformes Birds Animals) art prints?

To purchase Frigatebirds art prints from Media Storehouse, you can browse our extensive collection of high-quality images featuring these beautiful creatures. Once you have found the perfect print, simply select the size and format that best suits your needs. We offer a range of options for printing, including canvas prints, framed prints, and poster prints. You can also choose to have your print delivered as a digital file if you prefer to handle the printing yourself. To complete your purchase, simply add your chosen items to your cart and proceed to checkout. Payment options include credit card or PayPal. Whether you are looking for a stunning piece of wall art for your home or office or want to give a unique gift to someone special who loves birds and wildlife, we have an excellent selection of Frigatebirds art prints that are sure to impress.
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How much do Frigatebirds (Suliformes Birds Animals) art prints cost?

As a provider of Frigatebird art prints, we offer a range of options to suit different budgets and preferences. Our selection includes high-quality prints that showcase the beauty and majesty of these Suliformes birds in stunning detail. The cost of our Frigatebird art prints varies depending on factors such as size, framing, and printing materials chosen by the customer. We strive to provide affordable options for those who are looking for beautiful artwork without breaking the bank, while also offering premium products for those seeking something truly special. Our team is dedicated to providing excellent customer service and ensuring that each order is fulfilled with care and attention to detail. Whether you're an avid birdwatcher or simply appreciate the natural world around us, our Frigatebird art prints are sure to delight and inspire you.
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How will my Frigatebirds (Suliformes Birds Animals) art prints be delivered to me?

We take pride in ensuring that your Frigatebirds art prints are delivered to you with utmost care and efficiency. We use high-quality packaging materials to ensure that your prints arrive in perfect condition. Once you place an order for your Frigatebirds art print, our team of experts will carefully process and prepare it for shipment. We work with trusted shipping partners who have a proven track record of delivering packages on time and safely. Your Frigatebirds art print will be shipped directly to the address provided during checkout. You can expect timely updates regarding the status of your delivery via email or text message. We understand how important it is for you to receive your artwork promptly, which is why we strive to make sure that all orders are processed and shipped as quickly as possible. Rest assured that when you order from us, you'll receive nothing but the best service.