I was thinking about seeing and appreciating Bird stamps all around the world, We already have awesome thread to share beautiful bird cards received by @Florallle , but here we can share our pretty bird stamps received from all around the world:)
World Birds Postcard list Thread
Mint bird stamps from your collection are also welcome:)
Have fun Sharing your stamps:)
My current favourite from Russia
This French League of Bird Protection stamps sheet just came out, it’s about light pollution participating to the decline of nocturnal animals
This is a set of “Chinese Birds” regular postage stamps, and it’s also my favorite stamp to use. The illustrations on it are really beautiful.
Pretty illustration of bird stamps, i had seen only from this series, thank you for sharing these stamps:)
Birds in Sumatra
Wrinkled Hornbill, Red-naped Trogon, White-winged Duck, Rufous-collared Kingfisher, Great Argus, Storm’s Stork
Siau Scops Owl, Flores Hawk-eagle, Sangihe Sunbird, Wallace Rail
Milky Stork, Javan Plover, Blue-faced Rail, White-shouldered Ibis
Birds of Paradise
Other Bird Stamps
Some interesting First Day Covers for your viewing enjoyment.
Thank you so much, these Indonesian stamps are awesome, thank you so much for showing beautiful stamps of your country:)
I love the intricacy of bird stamps around the world. The US’s designs seem to have diminished over time.
Bird stamps I received so far:
There’re also many beautiful bird stamps here in China (some of them are already shared above):
Birds of Prey I & II:
I don’t have all of them now and I used online pictures to show them, some of them have special effect and look very beautiful:)
Here are stamps from Slovakia showing Slovak birds:
Old unavailalbe stamps:
I really like the first one
Thanks for sharing
Here are some from Cyprus:
If anyone is interested in them, I have a few extra sets.
I love Australia’s birds, and we’ve had some great bird stamps over the years. Here’s one from a couple of months ago.
The Aussie Bird Count is an annual census of birds - from the post office website about this stamp release:
In 2022, nearly four million birds were counted by citizen scientists through the submission of 124,430 checklists. The three species whose numbers reigned supreme at the national level were the Rainbow Lorikeet, Noisy Miner and Australian Magpie. To participate, citizen scientists require only a sharp pair of eyes and access to the Aussie Bird Count app (downloadable onto smartphones) or the website (aussiebirdcount.org.au), which includes a handy bird-identification guide.
Some postcard stamps from the United States, from 2015
My parents recently found a sheet of these hiding in their office supplies and I was happy to get them
Pretty stamps on recent cards
Most awesome stamps I received on my birthday as gift:) I’m so happy so beautiful birds