"The Christmas Carol" Author: Oxana Zaika
Such a pretty card! Other than celebrating my birthday (4 days after receiving these) guess I'm celebrating Christmas too!
More birthday wishes from Quebec, this time with an ostrich to greet me. Love it!
Great variety of stamps too!
Polar Bear (Ursus maritimus)
Polar bears are one of eight different species of bears in the world. These Arctic nomads lead a solitary life, spending their summer wandering across the Arctic sea ice, one of the harshest environments on Earth. Polar bears feed on seals. Polar bear cubs must learn how to use their paws to hunt for seals. Each paw has five long curved claws (which cannot be retracted.) Polar bears mate from late March to late May. Their closest relative is the Brown bear. The majestic Polar bear has been featured on the postage stamps from many countries, including Canada, USA, Russia, Germany, Norway, and Sweden, to name but a few, as shown on this card. Sir Peter Scott designed the Panda-logo for the WWF, which appears on the Russian stamps. The WWF is one of the world's largest and most influential international conservation organizations, launched in 1961.
The last card to arrive for today, neat how so many arrived on the same day. Brilliant collection of Polar Bear postage we have here
Some more sweet birthday greetings, I'm hoping that one stuffing its face is a hamster. If you're wondering what your ham is doing while you're at work, this is what it's up to XD
Would you look at that? What a cool card! This one was made by a Canadian Postcrosser, that also explains the usage of both English and French to say the least :)
Received between: 09-12.08.2016
The last and final birthday card, what a nice surprise influx of cards during that week! I like how this is really a birthday postcard right here, love the moose too!