Subject: White-fronted Amazons in Blue Palm Dimensions (inches): 48 x 24 Medium: acrylic on masonite Description: In the tropical deciduous forest near Mexico's central western coast, it is common to see White-fronted amazons. Although not endangered, these parrots still suffer from the illegal pet trade. The Blue palm, Brahea aculeata, is is currently listed as a vulnerable species due to land use practices impacting the arroyos in which they are found within the tropical deciduous forest.
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Details: 24 x 12 inches S/N giclee on canvas or watercolor paper, unframed, not stretched. Postage and sales tax included. Printed on demand, so please allow four weeks for delivery. Payment must be received before shipment. Please email us if you have any questions.
Edition Size: 50 Price: $180.00 US
Conservation Committment: 5% (Artist commits to donating the indicated portion of proceeds to conservation)