Art Print of the endangered Takahe of New Zealand.
Thought to be extinct in the early 1900's, takahe were rediscovered in 1948 in the remote alpine grasslands of Fiordland. Often confused with the common pukeko, takahe are much larger and more colourful with iridescent feathers.
Featured in shades of teal, green and deep navy with a straw background.
High quality Giclee Fine Art Print on smooth archival art paper. 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 Takahe.
Framing - available in black or white square edge frame.