Painting of a Roseate Spoonbills during the dance part of its mating ritual. In Courtship, male and female first interact aggressively with ritual dancing, and bill clapping. Later they perch close together, present sticks to each other, cross and clasp bills. They are social birds congregating and nesting in colonies along with other wading birds. They rely on each other for security and hunting. This one was seen early one morning at Fort DeSoto Park.
This beautiful acrylic print is perfectly color matched, produced in the United States. Printed on luster paper creating a beautiful vibrance and mounted on to 1/4" thick transparent acrylic - giving you a vivd, bright and seemingly three-dimensional piece of art.
There are three size options: 12" x 16", 16" x 20" and 30" x 40". All with a french cleat wall mount.
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