I’ve been working on my European Songbirds wall chart for several years, every now and then. It takes some effort to not just copy a photo, but to create a generalized cross-section from countless images – but that is exactly what helps with the identification! In addition to posters, notebooks, postcards and mugs as pictured above, there are bags, shirts, pillows, scarves, blankets, covers, stickers and many other products available at Redbubble and Søciety6 now.
With this wall chart, infographic or learning poster, you can identify songbirds such as blackbird / merle, wagtail, blue tit / nun, linnet / flax finch, chaffinch, great spotted woodpecker, jackdaw, greater whitethroat, jay, magpie, skylark, tree sparrow / field sparrow, willow warbler, short-toed tree creeper, garden warbler, redstart, bullfinch / red warbler, serin finch, yellow bunting / goldhammer, spotted flycatcher, greenfinch, nickle / green woodpecker, crested tit, blackstart / black redstart, house sparrow, dunnock, grosbeak / hawfinch, lesser whitethroat, nuthatch, great tit, cuckoo, swift / martlet, house martin, blackcap / blackjack, nightingale, carrion crow, red-backed shrike / red-backed killer, swallow, calver, reed bunting / reed sparrow, robin / redthroat, long-tailed bushtit / tailed tit, mavis / song thrush / filed thrush, firecrest, starling, goldfinch, street pigeon, marsh tit, marsh warbler, coal tit, pied flycatcher, collared dove / turkey dove, fieldfare / field thrush, goldcrest, wren and chiffchaff from the families of sparrows, tits, woodpeckers, finches, jays, buntings, warblers, thrushes, treecreepers, larks, flycatchers, redstarts and pigeons.
In addition to posters, notebooks, postcards and mugs, there are bags, shirts, pillows, scarves, blankets, covers, stickers and other great products available at Redbubble and Søciety6, and Posterlounge will follow soon!
It all started with the songbirds in the Wunderbare Welt der Lily Lux, in the background of her room in the spring page: “In spring, Lily sometimes sets an alarm, to not miss the bird concert in the very morning.” … In the Lily Lux Notizbuch, these exact birds had their very own identification page, and I’ve been collecting them ever since :)
At the moment, I’m excited about apps that automatically recognize bird calls, especially Birdnet and Zwitschomat (both are available for iOs and Android). And I would love to have a scrapbook for seen and heard songbirds :)
Great thanks to Matthias Klesse, Angelika and Reinhard Luckhaus for their support, enthusiasm and testing! <3