Jackdaw (Corvus monedula)

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Bristol, United Kingdom

Artist's Description

The corvines – crows, rooks, jays, magpies and jackdaws – are relentless stealers of other birds’ eggs and chicks. During the nesting season they nest in medium-sized colonies of 20 or more birds, using church towers, mills, etc, indeed anywhere there is a cavity for shelter and shade, from where they will sally forth on foraging expeditions.

Layered with my own texture in Elements 6

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