More Tainan sketchbook pages, more Tainan birds.

Ha! So many! Not only did I put them up, I put them up in large format! Devious, no?  These were all scribbled down while peering through Awei’s telescope, so hasty most of them don’t even have any highlights in grey.

This lot included atlantic terns, sandpipers, avocets, black-faced spoonbills, baical teals, pintails (‘pijlstaart’ in Dutch, meaning arrow-tail), shovelers, pheasant-tailed jacanas, little grebes, plovers and black-winged stilts.

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3 Responses to More Tainan sketchbook pages, more Tainan birds.

  1. Yiong says:

    You artistic ornithologist……!
    Yiong

  2. K-chan says:

    Can’t get over them – they are perfect
    The expression on that Atlantic Tern’s face (top left)!!!
    And the cross tail on that stooping gorgeous-bottomed black-winged Stilt…

  3. Poly says:

    My favourite is the one that looks like its itching its nose/beak

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