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Dish with "Magpie", Vietnam
Hanging Scroll - Pillars of the Country, Ming Dynasty
Plate with Monkey, Bees, Magpie, and Deer
Magpie on Viburnum Branch, hanging scroll, Japanese art
元賀筆 ガマズミ属に山鵲図|Magpie on Viburnum Branch
The Tame Magpie, Alessandro Magnasco
Chinese Magpie, 17th century
Chinese Magpie, 17th century
清 青花“爵祿封侯”瓷盤|Plate with Monkey, Bees, Magpie, and Deer
A Hunter’s Bag near a Tree Stump with a Magpie, Known as ‘The Contemplative Magpie’

A Hunter’s Bag near a Tree Stump with a Magpie, Known as ‘The Contempl...

Together with A Hunter’s Bag on a Terrace, Hondecoeter painted this work for Soestdijk Palace. Here the light comes from the right, in the other work from the left. This difference in the fall of light reveals ... More

Johann Joachim Kandler - Magpie (one of a pair), Meissen porcelain manufactory, Saxony
Johann Joachim Kändler - Magpie (one of a pair), Meissen porcelain manufactory
Johann Joachim Kandler - Magpie (one of a pair), Meissen porcelain manufactory, Saxony
Johann Joachim Kändler - Magpie (one of a pair), Meissen porcelain manufactory
magpie from "A Book of the United States: exhibiting its geography, divisions, constitution and government ... together with a condensed history of the land ... the biography of about three hundred of the leading men; a description of the principal cities and towns; with statistical tables ... Edited by G. Mellen. With engravings, etc"

magpie from "A Book of the United States: exhibiting its geography, di...

This image has been taken from scan 000202 from "A Book of the United States: exhibiting its geography, divisions, constitution and government ... together with a condensed history of the land ... the biography... More

magpie from "A Book of the United States; exhibiting its geography, divisions, constitution, and government; ... together with a condensed history of the land, ... the biography of ... the leading men, ... statistical tables, ... engravings, etc"

magpie from "A Book of the United States; exhibiting its geography, di...

This image has been taken from scan 000204 from "A Book of the United States; exhibiting its geography, divisions, constitution, and government; ... together with a condensed history of the land, ... the biogra... More

Magpie, 19th century

Magpie, 19th century

Charles-François Daubigny (French, Paris 1817–1878 Paris)

Charles Francois Daubigny - Magpie, 19th century
Magpie Leggings

Magpie Leggings

Cayuse participant at Treaty of 1855

Magpie
Magpie, from the Birds of America series (N4) for Allen & Ginter Cigarettes Brands

Magpie, from the Birds of America series (N4) for Allen & Ginter Cigar...

Trade cards from the "Birds of America" series (N4), issued in 1888 in a series of 50 cards to promote Allen & Ginter Brand Cigarettes. Issued by Allen & Ginter (American, Richmond, Virginia)

Magpie, from the Birds of America series (N37) for Allen & Ginter Cigarettes

Magpie, from the Birds of America series (N37) for Allen & Ginter Ciga...

Trade cards from the "Birds of America" series (N37), issued in 1888 in a set of 50 cards to promote Allen & Ginter brand cigarettes. Series N37 reproduces the cards from N4 in a larger size. Issued by Allen & ... More

Magpie
House of "Wallace White Magpie" - Bureau of Indian Affairs

House of "Wallace White Magpie" - Bureau of Indian Affairs

Pine Ridge Agency: Miscellaneous Photographs

Magpie Trap
Alvin Miller with Magpie Trap

Alvin Miller with Magpie Trap

At northwest corner of main ranch area People in photograph: Miller, Alvin

Magpie Trap

Magpie Trap

Maker: Recanzone, Carlo

National parks: Hop! - public domain image

National parks: Hop! - public domain image

A magpie launching itself off its perch

Steller's jay, Yellowstone National Park, 2005.

Steller's jay, Yellowstone National Park, 2005.

Steller's jay (Cyanocitta stelleri) is a jay native to North America and is, perhaps not surprisingly, closely-related to the blue jay. Jays are noisy, (usually) colorful birds in the crow family. This particul... More

Black-Billed Magpie

Black-Billed Magpie

NPS Photo by B. Morford

Magpies Eating a Hare

Magpies Eating a Hare

Magpies will not kill a hare on their own, but are happy to feed on one after another animal, like a lynx or coyote, has killed one.

National parks: Magpie - public domain image

National parks: Magpie - public domain image

A good look at the blue/green feathers on the back of a magpie

Magpie Performs, National Parks gallery

Magpie Performs, National Parks gallery

Magpie performs in the Clifford Youth Discovery Tent during the Niagara Centennial.

A Charm of Magpies

A Charm of Magpies

There are several collective nouns for groups of magpies, including charm, murder, gulp or tiding.

A Charm of Magpies

A Charm of Magpies

There are several collective nouns for groups of magpies, including charm, murder, gulp or tiding.

National parks: Magpie - public domain image

National parks: Magpie - public domain image

A magpie perched atop a dead spruce tree

Black-billed magpie (Pica hudsonia), Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area, 2015.

Black-billed magpie (Pica hudsonia), Bighorn Canyon National Recreatio...

This large, social relative of the jay and crow is a very inquisitive bird. They have been associated with humans for a long time. For example, magpies frequently followed hunting parties of the Plains Indians ... More

Steller's jay, North Cascades National Park, 2015.

Steller's jay, North Cascades National Park, 2015.

Steller's jay (Cyanocitta stelleri) is a jay native to North America and is, perhaps not surprisingly, closely-related to the blue jay. Jays are noisy, (usually) colorful birds in the crow family. This particul... More

Magpie in Flight

Magpie in Flight

A magpie showing off its white and black plumage

Black-billed magpie (Pica hudsonia), Grant-Kohrs Ranch National Historic Site, 2016.

Black-billed magpie (Pica hudsonia), Grant-Kohrs Ranch National Histor...

This member of the crow family lives in the western half of North America, from Alaska down to northern New Mexico and Arizona. Magpies inhabit open country with scattered trees, especially riparian groves (i.e... More

Magpie in Flight
National parks: Magpie - public domain image

National parks: Magpie - public domain image

A magpie is mostly black and white, but with some iridescent blue/green feathers

National parks: Magpie - public domain image

National parks: Magpie - public domain image

A magpie sits on top of a willow in Igloo Canyon on Friday, August 25, 2017. The black and green iridescent feathers stand out in this light.

Fluffed Out Magpie

Fluffed Out Magpie

A magpie sits on top of a willow in Igloo Canyon on Friday, August 25, 2017.

元賀筆 ガマズミ属に山鵲図|Magpie on Viburnum Branch
清 青花“爵祿封侯”瓷盤|Plate with Monkey, Bees, Magpie, and Deer
Johann Joachim Kandler - Magpie (one of a pair), Meissen porcelain manufactory, Saxony
Johann Joachim Kandler - Magpie (one of a pair), Meissen porcelain manufactory, Saxony
Charles Francois Daubigny - Magpie, 19th century
Magpie
Advertising postcard for Singer Sewing Machines
Yellow Magpie, Arapahoe
Weigler, Rufons Magpie, Pica Vagabunga. Natives of Calcutta.
Chinese Magpie, Pica Sinensis.
51. The Raven (Corvus corax). 52. The Common Crow (Corvus americanus). 53. The Magpie (Pica caudata).
Pica caudata. Magpie.
Pica hudsonica, Black-billed Magpie.
Common Magpie. 1. Male. 2. Female.
Yellow-billed Magpie. Male. (Plantanus)
Columbia Magpie or Jay. Male.
Magpie
Magpie