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Angel Feathers (SOLD) - Snowy egret (Egretta thula)- avian painting by Colette Theriault
  Angel Feathers (SOLD)  (2010)
Subject: Snowy egret (Egretta thula)- avian painting
Dimensions (inches): 14 x 10
Medium: pastel on archival paper
Description: It was nesting season when I first studied and photographed this displaying male egret and other wading birds in northern Florida. I was told that these birds, along with tricolored herons, spoonbills and storks chose to nest above water as the alligators below provided a degree of protection from predators such as raccoons and possums. The only downfall was that any unfortunate bird, usually a chick, that happened to fall out of the tree or nest was a sure meal for those hungry trap jaws below.
 
Original Available For Sale: No

Limited Edition Available: Yes
Details: Ltd edition paper giclee, 14x10
Edition Size: 295

 
 
Conservation Committment: 5% (Artist commits to donating the indicated portion of proceeds to conservation)
 
This artwork is dedicated to: Artists For Conservation Foundation (AFC) (formerly WNAG )  


 
   

 
 
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