The endemic Black Stilt is one of the rarest wading birds in the world, and critically endangered.
Once common throughout NZ, their small population is now intesively managed to ensure their survival.
Found in the braided rivers and wetlands of the MacKenzie basin in North Otago. Their windswept habitat is harsh and vast, with glacial waters and rocky riverbeds, where they feed in the shallow pools and streams.
Featured in striking black, against a soft grey blue background, with highlights of white and taupe.
High quality Giclee Fine Art Print on smooth archival art paper (off white).
Giclee is one of the best reproduction methods available, using acid free papers and the latest archival inks. Prints have a lifespan over 100 years.
Print is packed in a clear cello bag with backing board and story about the Black Stilt.
Framing - available in black or white square edge frame.