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Oystercatchers Appliqued Cushion, handmade and embroidered by Karen Walshe

Applique Cushion Oystercatchers, pale brown bird, grey beak, duck egg blue wing

Robert Greenhalf (1950-): Oystercatchers, woodcut

Love the rhythym and color balance in this piece by Robert Greenhalf Oystercatchers, woodcut, I have a pair of them on my roof every year and they screem a lot but they are great to see

Oyster Catcher Handmade Line cushion

Handmade Oystercatcher cushion in linen and wool woven in Wales

Mary Fedden. Sandpipers

Sandpipers by Mary Fedden. Excellent high quality blank art greeting card for bird lovers, winter season and most occasions.

Oyster Catcher - Islay of Islay

Oyster Catcher - Seen at Caernarfon Castle Wales,

Pied Oystercatcher - Haematopus longirostris, is found in coastal areas throughout Australia where sandy beaches and mudflats occur. It is common in Tasmania, particulary in the south. Photo by David Cook

Pied Oystercatcher - Haematopus longirostris, is a wading bird native to Australia and commonly found on its coastline. Pied Oystercatchers feed mainly on bivalve molluscs, but also take other.

Oystercatchers Dyed Calico and Stitch

Janet Browne - Textile artist - Oystercatchers - Dyed Calico and Stitch

Two Pied Oystercatchers (Haematopus longirostris) in Tasmania; the one on the left is feeding on a small mussel. Although known as oystercatchers, they rarely feed on oysters. Photo: JJ Harrison File:Haematopus longirostris - Austins Ferry.jpg

TORÉA TOUR - New Zealand consists of 2 main islands, marked by volcanoes and glaciation. Bird watchers enjoy unique coastal and inland birds, including three endemic bird families: Kiwis, Wattlebirds and Wrens.