Finally, 2022 Calendar of Extremely Accurate Birds is Here! – Design You Trust

Finally, 2022 Calendar of Extremely Accurate Birds is Here!

By popular demand, artist Tommy Siegel has finally made a wildlife calendar of extremely accurate birds. Scroll down to see full list of illustrations featured in this calendar, and don’t forget to order one from Tommy’s website!

“This calendar is composed of some of my favorite bird illustrations to date, matched with the various months of the year that correlated with some memory or observation as a birder. Though I have tried my best to keep my bird illustrations as precise as possible, they do move quickly and are often obscured by foliage. Considering I am not an ornithologist, I think the results are extremely accurate and I hope you’ll agree.”

More: Tommy Siegel, Instagram, Facebook h/t: sadanduseless

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