British birds in spring woodland in a William Morris stylee. The painting shows a green woodpecker, a wood warbler, a nuthatch, a jay and a thrush – just some of the birds that make the ‘song from the wood’. The title of this painting comes from an album by folk-rock band Jethro Tull.
When starlings congregate in vast groups and dance in the evening sky before going to roost, it's called a murmuration.
The original painting is no longer available, and is shown here for your viewing pleasure. However, you can buy prints and I have greetings cards
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