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The magnificent Swallow-tailed Kite is a visitor from South America to Florida and other southern US states from March to August each year. Their journey back and forth from South America is a long one: 10,000 miles! The shape of their wing and tail feathers allow them to drift and make very sharp turns, a useful resource for snatching prey from the tops of trees. It is such a great flyer, it can eat its prey while in flight, highly unusual for a bird of prey. This beautiful glider is depicted life size using 4 copper plates. It is also meticulously hand painted with watercolors.

24" X 36"


Framed size:

43" X 53"

4 plate original hand painted etching

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