Waxwings come to Britain in winter from Scandinavia. They feed on berries and can be seen in gardens and the countryside. They do not breed in the UK, but they are a winter visitor, in some years in larger numbers, called irruptions, when the population on its breeding grounds gets too big for the food available. The first British arrivals each winter are usually seen on the east coast from Scotland to East Anglia, but birds move inland in search of food, increasing the chances of seeing one inland.
This painting is 210mm x 210mm a mix of watercolour and acrylic vegan paint and will come framed (total size 330mm x 330mm), with a certificate of authentication.
£50 from the sale of this painting will go to RSPB.