This King Fisher is painted with oil on the slate with holes and is ready to be hung on the wall of the blog with a strong lace. The Common Kingfisher (Alcedo atthis), is one of Britains most brightly coloured and interesting birds. Kingfishers are widespread, especially in central and southern England, becoming less common further north, however, following some declines last century, they are currently increasing in their range in Scotland. Kingfishers are found by still or slow flowing water such as lakes, canals and rivers in lowland areas. In winter, some individuals move to estuaries and the coast. Occasionally they may visit suitably sized garden ponds. The number of breeding pairs in the UK is 6,100 (4,400 in Britain and 1,700 in Ireland). KINGFISHER DESCRIPTION Kingfisher Common Kingfishers measure 17 – 19 centimetres in length, weigh between 34 – 46 grams and have a wingspan of 25 centimetres. Their beak is around 4 centimetres long and pointed. Kingfishers have short, or
Original artwork with signed Certificate of Authenticity
W 8.00" x H 11.50"
Media: oil
Surface: slate
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