Top 10 Free Public Domain John James Audubon Bird Pictures and/or Images

Actually, I ended up with 14. Under promise and over deliver is always a good motto. These bird pictures and images were gathered from the nooks and crannies of various, free, public domain, government archives. Suitable for inclusion in articles, pinning, emailing, printing, using for backgrounds, etc. Simply right-click an image to get started. After the John James Audubon canvas collection are a few other favorite wildlife pictures.

B1 - Birds - Farmyard Fowls, c. 1827


B2 - King Rail ( Rallus Elegans ) Birds of America. London: 1827 - 1838


B3 - Rock Grous from Birds of America London: 1827 - 1838


B4 - Bird and Fish - Osprey and Weakfish, 1829


B5 - Red-headed duck ( Fuligula Ferina ) Birds of America London: 1827-1838


B6 - Roseate Spoonbill from The Birds of America London: 1827-1838


B7 - Bald Eagle from Birds of America London: 1827-1838


B8 - Little Blue Heron from Birds of America London: 1827-1838


B9 - American Egret ( Casmerodius Albus ) Birds of America. London: 1827-1838


BB10 - Ivory-billed Woodpecker ( Campephilus principalis ) Birds of America. London: 1827 - 1838


BB11 - California Partridge, also called Valley Quail ( Perdix californica ) Birds of America. London: 1827 - 1838


BB12 - Bird - Blue Jay


BB13 - Oyster Catcher ( Haematopus Palliatus ) from Birds of America London: 1827 - 1838


BB14 - Bird - Blue Yellow Back Warbler, 1812


This concludes the series of John James Audubon bird picture images. What follows are just some serendipitous bird pictures I happen to like. We have two peacocks, four eagles, a duck worthy of the name, and a pterodactyl that just happened to drop by. These picture images were likewise gathered from various, free, public domain, government archives. And likewise suitable for etc., etc., etc.

P1 - A peacock being a peacock.


P2 - A peacock thinking of being a peacock.


E1 - An eagle in flight.


E2 - An eagle in your face.


E3 - A hungry eagle in flight.


E4 - The eagle has landed.


M1 - This is the duck known to trigger anatidaephobia


M2 - A pterodactyl wondering if he is a bird or a flying reptile.


Meanwhile, I noticed there is not a single owl in the lot. I like owls, so here is a resource for the missing owls.

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