sexta-feira, 10 de setembro de 2010

Cardinal Bird

Gente, tentei fazer o Pássaro Cardeal, em 3d quilling e paper sculpture, não sei se ficou ao menos, parecido? :)

Guys, I tried to do the Cardinal Bird, 3d quilling and paper sculpture, do not know if it was at least similar? :)




Long beloved as a symbol of Christmas cheer, the Cardinal is unique in appearance and so is a very easy bird to identify. Its peaked head (known to birders as a crested head) and vibrant scarlet color stand out in any landscape. Bird watchers know that providing a bird feeder for Cardinals is the best way to ensure visits from these delightful birds. Even in the deep snows of Canada and the northeastern United States, Cardinals remain at their homes all winter. Their nest is a cup set low in shrubbery and contains three to four light green eggs. Immature birds are buff in color.

Unfortunately, for most inhabitants of the western United States, travel is necessary for sighting Cardinals. Bird watching tours to Baja or Arizona are sure to include a glimpse of these remarkable birds. In Northern California, the bird closest in appearance to the Cardinal is the Cedar Waxwing, sharing the Cardinal's general shape and crested head. Count yourself lucky if the Cardinal is a backyard bird where you live!



12 comentários:

  1. That's a wowzer! I really love your bird! How big is it?

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  2. Beautiful bird :) Spring at home...

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  3. Nati:

    ¡Precioso y su aspecto muy realista! ¡Me encanta como todos tus diseños!

    Un saludo afectuoso,

    Lucía

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  4. Hello!

    I love your cardinal - it is so wonderful!

    We have this beautiful bird here where I live in the state of Wisconsin in the USA - I can see them in the trees outside my apartment every day. There song is lovely and I hear it every moring and throughout the day. When I had my birdfeeders, for years I had a pair of them and a very old male that would come every day to eat.

    The cardinal is my favorite bird - with the female being my first favorite and the male coming in second. The female has the most beautiful subtle colorings. The cedar waxwing is also a lovely bird but - we are so lucky to have them here!

    Your sculpture is perfection! Will you have one for sale?

    Wishing you a good Monday!

    Hugs,

    Barbara Diane

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  5. NATI, ME DIGA UMA COISA...ESSE BLOG EXISTE MESMO, OU É ILUSÃO DE ÓTICA?????

    SOU SUA FÃ...PARABÉNS PELO BLOGUINHO, PELOS TRABALHO E PELO SEU AMOR A ARTE...QUE JESUS MULTIPLIQUE OS DONS SOBRE A SUA VIDA...BJKAS PATTY

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  6. Você se superou amiga! Divino!!
    Beijos

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  7. Nati, the cardinal is so beautiful. It looks really life-like. And I like the flowers and leaves as well. All in all a stunning arrangement.xx

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  8. precioso naty como siempre

    beijos

    lety

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  9. Nati!!! Parabéns!!!
    Seu Cardeal ficou perfeito!
    Você está demais, menina!!!!
    Bjus no seu coração!
    Lélia

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