Ravensburger (16411) I like Birds - Waterlands 500 piece Jigsaw Puzzle

Ravensburger (16411) I like Birds - Waterlands 500 piece Jigsaw Puzzle

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A colourful raft of ducks relax, feed and take shelter amongst the reeds and lily pads. Behind them other birds and dragonflies create interesting patterns against the rolling hills and sky. The ducks on the water are - Shelduck, Wigeon, Mandarin (Male & Female), Shoveler, Black Tufted Duck, Teal and Garganey. The ducks amongst the reeds and in the sky are – Spoonbill, Bearded Reedling, Random Raptor, Avocet, Flying Geese, Swallows, Great Crested Grebe, Grey Heron. Our 500pc piece jigsaws are crafted with FSC premium quality and measure 49 x 36cm when complete. Great for Adults and ideal puzzles for Children 10 years old and up. Fully complies with all necessary UK and EU testing standards. Bestselling puzzle brand worldwide - With over 1 billion puzzles sold, our jigsaw puzzles make ideal gifts for women, great gifts for men and fit perfectly on our puzzle board. Our puzzles use an exclusive, extra-thick cardboard combined with our fine, linen structured paper to create a glare-free puzzle image and give you the best experience possible. #Positivelypuzzling - From fun family times together to long term health benefits and day-to-day mindful moments, there are so many positives about the humble Jigsaw! They make a great birthday gift or smashing Christmas gift About the artist. I like birds is the brainchild of artist Stuart Cox. Stuart’s early life was spent on England’s south coast, where he enjoyed birdwatching. Later in life, his work as a graphic designer took him to Scotland, where he began to illustrate the birds he saw around him. These drawings remained “lost” in a drawer until rediscovered by a friend who wanted to try selling greetings cards in a local café. Stuart sold over 1000 cards in a month in the café, after which high street retailers heard about their success … and the rest is history. Stuart still lives in Scotland, where the beautiful scenery and amazing wildlife continue to inspire him.