This painting illustrating one Common Raven (Corvus corax) breeding pair. They start to lay the eggs early in February. The nest is usually placed in a cliff ledge or a large tree. Watercolor painting, size A4
“The red-footed falcon (Falco vespertinus) belongs to the Falconidae family and the Falconiformes order. The red-footed falcon is the only raptor species of the region that breeds in colonies and in solitary nests as well. As other falco species, they occupies … Continue reading
Stonechat (Saxicola torquata) territorial boundaries marked by song. They start singing a couple of weeks before nesting, to occupy the best breeding territory. To illustrate this territorial behaviour I had to paint the Stonechats more dense like they live in the nature. Watercolour painting, A4 -size
This painting required a very precise sketching. So before starting to work I made a photo with the birding equipments: spotting scope, binocular, field guide books, notebook, digital camera, GPS tracker, head lamp. After finishing with the laborious sketching, I … Continue reading
My next landscape painting illustrating the Lesser Spotted Eagles (Aquila pomarina) territorial establishment. Size A4, watercolour.