The majestic Great Egret gets more dressed up during mating season. A patch of skin on its face turns neon green, and long plumes grow from its back. Those plumes nearly brought the white great egret to extinction during the late 1800 when they were hunted for these aigrettes (long plumes). Saw this pair off to themselves at Fort DeSoto Park preening and cooing.
- The image measures 24" x 32" and with frame it is 26.5" x 35".
This beautiful giclee is perfectly color matched, produced in the United States using archival pigment inks that produces a rich and realist print that will last indefinitely. Gallery wrapped canvas, placed in our custom double floater frame with Signature finish.
- These are issued in signed numbered limited editions of 250
- The logo watermark that you may see on your screen will not be on the print you receive.
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