This painting is a statement of the native flora that is being cleared away making it harder and harder for animals to find a home. They are now more and more a part of our lives.
The turkey vulture is approximately twenty-five inches tall and weighs from 3.5 to 5.3 pounds. The wingspan is larger than its counterpart the black vulture, at seventy-two inches. This bird is blackish brown and has its own distinguishing features. The turkey vulture has a red head and legs, the tips of the bills are white, and the undersides of their wings are lined in gray. In flight, their tails extend past their legs, just the opposite of the black vulture.
CANVAS: Gallery wrapped canvas 1 1/2" Framing not required
SIGNATURE:Signed in bottom left corner
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Copyright Evelyn McCorristin Peters, 2018.
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