I’ve just published the post SuperHeroes Made of Lego this week, but I just noticed this excellent Lego set─and decided to feature it! These wonderful Lego birds of Great Britain was created by English creative, Detomaso. I live in Northern England, and have seen many birds in my own back garden, which has a few trees in it. Like in the examples below, I’ve seen a Great-Spotted Woodpecker (the last image), Blue Tits and Robins. Enjoy the plastic recreations of these cute little chirpers below…
Lego Bobby Robin
Robins are my favourite bird and a very good friend of mine. I am a gardener and tree surgeon so I’m lucky to have frequent visits from these friendly little fellas, especially when I’m digging. I love their song and the way they land on my garden tools [more].
Puffin on Cliff
Meet Penelope The Puffin. The first in a series of British Birds I have created. I love Birds and the Puffin is one of my favourites, they have so much character and are incredibly cute [more].
Kingsley Kingfisher Lego
Meet Kingsley the Kingfisher. The third installment of my British Birds series. Kingfishers are probably my favourite looking bird. I could watch these beautiful creatures all day [more].
★ SEE ALSO: SuperHeroes Made of LEGO!.
Meet Gloria the Goldfinch. The fifth in my British Bird Series. This is one of my least favourite of the series but I still like her. European Gldfinches are a little more understated than their striking American relatives, with just a flash of yellow on their wings and a lovely red face [more].
Billy Blue Tit Lego
Meet Billy Blue Tit. The second in my British Bird series. Blue Tits are a very common bird in Britain and are adorable little characters [more].
Lego Woody Woodpecker
Meet Woody the Greater Spotted Woodpecker, The sixth in my British Bird Series. I sometimes hear woodpeckers knocking away at trees from my apartment. They are pretty easy to spot with their red flashes and I think they are wonderful birds [more].
★ For more Lego, check out: This is What You Get if You Mix Lego, Dye and Surfing.