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The Birds of Gloucestershire (Buy from Amazon)

Wildlife art gallery - Birds of Gloucestershire

I've provided ten monochrome watercolour illustrations for the Birds of Gloucestershire book. I'm one of a team of twenty-six wildlife artists, including Robert Gillmor, Terence Lambert, Peter Partington, Chris Rose, Sir Peter Scott, Keith Shackleton, and Archibald Thorburn.

The text is also be enhanced by many splendid photographs of Gloucestershire's birds, all taken by local photographers, plus aerial and satellite images.

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View some double page spreads from 'The Birds
of Gloucestershire'
Watercolour painting of Barn Owl
Barn Owl
Original (framed) £160
Go to online wildlife art shop >> Barn Owl
Egret painting in watercolour

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'Red Kite Soaring' painting in watercolour Nightjar painting in watercolour Wren painting in watercolour  
Red Kite Soaring



I’m really lucky to live in the beautiful county of Gloucestershire. The South West is a relatively undeveloped region of England, with some of the finest and most extensive ancient woodlands in the country. As well as oak and beech woodlands, we have a wonderful range of habitats: estuary, arable, wetlands and limestone grassland, all filled with the appropriate wildlife. That means there are wonderful opportunities for birdwatching and sketching all the year round - and a fantastic variety of birdlife.

"The Birds of Gloucestershire" gives details of all the birds that have ever been seen in the county. The book has a massive 450 pages and includes:-

- A foreword by HRH the Prince of Wales

- An introduction to Gloucestershire and its birds

- A brief history of ornithology and birdwatching in Gloucestershire

- Summaries of county results from ongoing surveys

- Accounts of all the bird species recorded in the county (about 330 in total). Well over 100 species have a double-page spread, including maps showing where they were found during the national atlas survey work and at what density, and for others there is information such as the most likely time of year to see migrants and the places to which birds ringed in the county have travelled. The book is packed with graphs and tables, and for rare visitors, all sightings in the county are listed.


Peregrine painting in watercolour

Redstart painting in watercolour
Original (framed) £160
Go to online wildlife art shop >> Redstart
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Lapwing painting in watercolour Pied Flycatcher painting in watercolour Dipper painting in watercolour  
Pied Flycatcher Dipper

The book is published by Liverpool University Press and was launched at the 'Nature in Art' gallery at Twigworth near Gloucester on 16 November 2013. An exhibition and sale of some of the artwork is on at Nature in Art 12 November 15 December. A percentage of the proceeds from this sale will be donated to the Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust, and royalties from the book will be used for conservation in the county.

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