This is an oil work of a hoopoe parent approaching the nest to feed the chicks. The nest is usually a hole in a tree trunk and numerous eggs are laid and hatched by the female. Hoopoes are ground foragers and eat insects. The photograph credit goes to Stanislav Harvancik.
(Artwork is currently on gallery wrapped canvas and unframed. The painting can be shipped rolled up or streched. Shipping on actuals.)