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  • Tawny Frogmouth Fledglings

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Step Siblings.  Limited Edition Print by Angela Robertson-Buchanan

Size: 55x55cm, Edition of of 25 (unframed)

Giclée print on 320gsm Hahnemuhle photo rag pearl paper

Signed with edition number & embossed, includes a certificate of authenticity.

Will be sent carefully rolled in tissue paper in a sturdy cardboard tube.

During Spring, if wild windy weather hits, some Tawny Frogmouth fledglings end up on the ground, due to the flimsy nests their parents build.

We always try and buddy up and we did this with these three. Except two were related and one wasn’t!

We managed to locate the family of the two and engaged the services of an arborist to get them back high into the tree in a makeshift nest. As the three had bonded we decided we would put all back and then monitor to see if parents accept them all.

As they are nocturnal we did this at dusk, parents accepted all three and successfully raised them until they fledged.

This photo montage depicts them high up in the tree! I photographed them whilst they were in my care and then when searching for the parents took photos of the trees they would likely sit in.

(Frames pictured, not included)

Step Siblings

Angela Robertson-Buchanan

AUD$355
Size: 55w x 55h cms
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Fine art limited edition (25) photographic montage print on 320gsm Hahnemuhle photo rag pearl paper

Unframed

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Additional Information

Step Siblings.  Limited Edition Print by Angela Robertson-Buchanan

Size: 55x55cm, Edition of of 25 (unframed)

Giclée print on 320gsm Hahnemuhle photo rag pearl paper

Signed with edition number & embossed, includes a certificate of authenticity.

Will be sent carefully rolled in tissue paper in a sturdy cardboard tube.

During Spring, if wild windy weather hits, some Tawny Frogmouth fledglings end up on the ground, due to the flimsy nests their parents build.

We always try and buddy up and we did this with these three. Except two were related and one wasn’t!

We managed to locate the family of the two and engaged the services of an arborist to get them back high into the tree in a makeshift nest. As the three had bonded we decided we would put all back and then monitor to see if parents accept them all.

As they are nocturnal we did this at dusk, parents accepted all three and successfully raised them until they fledged.

This photo montage depicts them high up in the tree! I photographed them whilst they were in my care and then when searching for the parents took photos of the trees they would likely sit in.

(Frames pictured, not included)

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