This is some of my most recent complete work. It was intended for the 2009 Spurn Nature Review but due to a pigment in the fibre in the paper it unfortunately didn't scan properly. I am a bit annoyed but at the end of the day it was my fault and i should have realised. Its not to much of a blow because i get the chance to quickly paint another Subalpine warbler which is great fun as their facial structure is a great challenge.
The Supalpine Warbler was a spring bird found at the point by Mick Turton along with a continental coal tit and the Red-flanked Bluetail was found by a day visitor on the parade ground following one around the Crown & Anchor car park just days before.The Great Northern Divers are part of a group of birds that were blogging on the sea during late autumn and well throughout the winter.
WHAT A PLACE!
Eastern Subalpine Warbler Sylvia cantillans albistriata
Red-flanked Bluetail Tarsiger cyanurus
Great Northen Divers Gavia immer