Unmatted, 5x8" signed open ed. artist print.
From the Audubon:
Cowboys sometimes called these owls "howdy birds," because they seemed to nod in greeting from the entrances to their burrows in prairie-dog towns. Colorful fiction once held that owls, prairie-dogs, and rattlesnakes would all live in the same burrow at once. A long-legged owl of open country, often active by day, the Burrowing Owl is popular with humans wherever it occurs, but it has become rare in many areas owing to loss of habitat.
This high quality archival digital print of my original pen and ink is signed and dated. Size may vary slightly as each print is hand cut.