ENDANGERED Eurasian tree sparrow


Painting of a Eurasian tree sparrow on 10 x 10 cm mdf panel. Painted with acrylic paint (Amsterdam Expert line) and finished with a matte varnish.
Comes ready to hang with a small, gold colored hook.

On the 12 panels of endangered birds I have given the background a slight distressed look. The edges are sanded down gently, and there might be a few scratches in the background. Just to symbolize the ‘damage’ that is already done to nature. Nothing too serious to prevent us from seeing the beauty of it though.

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The Eurasian tree sparrow (Passer montanus) is recognizable by his chestnut brown crown and nape plus his pure white cheeks with a black patch.
Their untidy nest is built in a natural cavity, a hole in a building or the disused nest of a European magpie or white stork.

They are listed as endangered.
Their numbers have rapidly declined since 1990. There are 50% less of these birds now (in the Netherlands), compared to 1990.
You can help them by planting hedges and keep messy wood walls in your garden. And support your local bird conservation programmes.


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