British Birds 2

The British Ornithologists’ Union recognizes the existence of 619 species of birds occurring in the wild in Great Britain since 1950. This includes resident breeders, winter migrants and vagrants. The wren is the commonest bird in Great Britain with over 11 million breeding pairs. The lesser-spotted woodpecker, with just 800 breeding pairs, is the rarest resident breeding bird in Great Britain.

This two-part collection of British birds includes the wren, but not surprisingly, the lesser-spotted woodpecker is absent.

Clicking on an image enables it to be displayed at a larger size. Available products, along with prices, may be viewed by clicking on the shopping trolly icon.