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Never before have Moorcroft created a vision of no less than eight birds covering six species in a single prestige vase. Avian Fantasia holds the holy grail of garden birds, cleverly choreographed to take full advantage of their surroundings. A tiny Jenny Wren is the hardest to find with her understated, pale chestnut brown feathers camouflaged among faded catkins with her short, cocked tail, almost mistakable for one. While a chirpy Robin is readily identifiable under a cheerful feast of rowan berries.
In truth, the Wren is often heard before it is seen, and has probably given her scolding 'tik-tik-tik-tik' alarm call to the colourful Great Tits, boasting black striped chest and head, white cheeks, and mustard-yellow breast feathers as well as incarnadine-chested Bullfinches that have also spied bright-red rowan berries above them.
Roam unrestricted and discover an endearing trio of Long-tailed Tits, easily recognisable with their distinctive blush, black and white colouring, as they balance under fans of imparipinnate rowan leaves, surveying the avian gathering. Cleverly, Emma captures their tails, which are bigger than their rather rotund little bodies, and stick out like branches to make fascinating finds.
Yet it is the maligned blackbird that has been granted the honour of carrying the worm in his yellow beak – as if to say, all can play a part in Moorcroft’s Avian Fantasia.
Designer: Emma Bossons FRSA
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