Now every letter can go air mail!
THIS dramatic falcon stamp will certainly help your letters or postcards wing their way to the recipients.
It is one of a set of ten featuring images of birds of prey native to Britain, including the red kite, golden eagle, kestrel and peregrine falcon in a variety of close-ups and pictures in flight.
The stamps are original shots taken at the International Centre for Birds of Prey in Gloucestershire by Tim Flach, who specialises in animal photography.
Philip Parker, of Royal Mail, said: ‘Tim Flach’s photography captures their beauty in extraordinary detail.’
Jemima Parry-Jones, the centre’s director, said: ‘See if you can recognise birds that you might see in your garden – like a sparrowhawk, a kestrel or a buzzard sitting on a telegraph pole.’