Slender billed Curlew is Europe and the western palerctic's rarest bird, critically endangered and with no confirmed sight since 1998.
Aneeshwar is exploring more about tropical rainforest and thought of drawing this beautiful bird!
Blue Tit is the most common bird we find in our garden. Tiny and beautiful. Aneesh loves the garden bird watch.
On the occasion of the "International Polar Bear" day on 27th Feb, Aneesh created this gorgeous colour pencil art.
Aneesh was inspired by the beautiful colours of the Common wood Pigeon and he loved the look of it's big nest.
Inspired by the wild life in local parks, Aneesh has created this beautiful acrylic painting with the help of his dad. Aneesh is exploring colour blends and patterns
Learning about the butterfly life cycle at school, its time to bring in to life this beautiful monarch butterfly. Aneesh tried his best with the patterns of this incredible creature
working on pencil strokes and shading
Another most common bird to spot in UK gardens. Having seen the robins hatch in our garden, Aneesh has a very special place for the Robins in his heart and he is pleased with his work.
Himalayan Monal is a pheasant native to Himalayan forests and shrublands at elevations of 2,100–4,500 m
This beautiful bird flies over the forest canopy either in pairs or in large flocks made up of birds flying in pairs. This beautiful sight makes rainforest more beautiful.
We are fortunate to have the habitat of this elegant bird close by. Aneesh enjoys watching the Great Blue Heron flying.
Working on colour pencil strokes. Its part of Aneesh's school work and he is happy with his work
Aneesh has learnt about the different types of penguins and their habitats at school and thought to draw this cute penguin pair.