Unmatted, 5.5x8" signed open ed. artist print.
The woodstork is a climate threatened species and the only native stork in North America. The population of the southeastern United States was reportedly over 150,000 at one time, but by early 1990s probably not much over 10,000. Destruction of habitat and disruption of water flow through southern Florida were major causes of decline. The breeding population of far southern Florida has dropped sharply since 1970s.
This high quality archival digital print of my original pen and ink drawing is signed and dated.
Size may vary slightly as each print is hand cut.