Bohemian Waxwings Eating Berries Jigsaw Puzzle

Bohemian Waxwings Eating Berries
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In this fun puzzle, based on painting by Magnus von Wright, we feature two Bohemian Waxwings gracefully on the delicate branches of a rowan tree. The painting depicts two birds with detailed and realistic features, showcasing the artist’s skill in capturing the intricacies of their appearance. One bird is prominently displayed in the foreground, with its body turned slightly to showcase its colorful feathers. The second bird is positioned behind the first one picking and eating the berries of the tree. The rowan tree's berries are a favorite food for many birds and are a traditional wild-collected food in Scandinavia and Britain. // Image Credit: Magnus von Wright, 1839, Finnish National Gallery

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