Barbara Fallenbaum's Original Painting of a Roseate Spoonbill fledgling getting ready to leave the nest, but first must learn to fly.
A fledgling is a young bird that has grown enough to acquire its flight feathers and is preparing to leave the nest and care for itself. They are capable of flying but are clumsy at it. In this case the landing was good but our Roseate was not too sure about it. A Roseate Spoonbill fledgling is still fairly light in color and has not lost all of it feathers on their head. They are strangely beautiful birds, particularly the young. Who doesn't love a child!
There are several options to own this image.
- A Giclee Painting in a size that suits your space - can be ordered unframed or framed with our solid wood double floater frame, each one custom finished with and undercoat of metallic glaze and a nice cream crackle top coat
- Stand off framed Hand Embellished Giclee in two different sizes
- Currently we have a Hand Embellished Giclee Painting, double floater frame in our metallic/crackle cream finish - Image size 24" x 32"
- Original Oil