Kiwi's are flightless birds and belong to an ancient group of birds that can't fly, including the Emu and extinct Moa. They have evolved over 70 million years. Kiwi's are nocturnal birds, known for laying giant eggs. Eighty years ago the population was around 5 million, today numbers have plummeted to around 50-60,000 birds.
Colours are chestnut brown with soft minty blue background.
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 Kiwi.