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Birds by John James Audubon. This would be framed on my wall.

An amzing Image. John James Audubons COLUMBIA JAY - Corvus Bullockii (Black-throated Magpie-Jay - Calocitta colliei) Plate 96 from Birds of America. Nothing can prepare you for seeing this image, on the wall, full-size.

heaveninawildflower reblogged smithsonianlibraries Follow  biodivlibrary BHL Book Feature: Feathursday JAYS!  It’s #Feathursday! This week marks the 232nd anniversary of the birth of John James Audubon, so we are featuring illustrations from his iconic Birds of America series (1840-1844) with a special focus today on Jays.   Our featured illustration is of the man himself, John James Audubon, a self-described Popinjay! Audubon was a handsome young man, and he knew it. According to his…

v 4 - The birds of America :John James Audubon - Biodiversity Heritage Library - Florida Jay

Fanny Shorter - Buscar con Google

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Litografía de 1830 ornitológica por John Gould

Hand-coloured lithographic plates of Trogon bird species from the by John Gould Trogon narina (Narina Trogon) Trogon reinwar.

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v 2 - The birds of America by John J Audubon : - Biodiversity Heritage Library - Blue Yellow-Backed Wood Warbler

Bee-eater. Coloured figures of the birds of the British Islands v.2  London :R. H. Porter,1885-1897.  Biodiversitylibrary. Biodivlibrary. BHL. Biodiversity Heritage Library

Coloured figures of the birds of the British Islands / issued by Lord Lilford

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Vintage French Butterfly Bookplate Print Butterflies Moth Illustration Colorful Papillon Entomology Home Decor

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Great Promerops, a bird of paradise, vol. 9 from John Gould - Birds of New Guinea and the adjacent Papuan islands, including many new species recently discovered in Australia, completed after the author's death by R.