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Out On A Limb - Wood Ducks By Rod Frederick

By Rod Frederick

Out on a Limb - Wood Ducks by Rod Frederick

One of the most interesting, if not the most beautiful, of North America's birds has to be the wood duck. The striking patterns of iridescent purples, blues and greens make the drake appear almost doll-like. Although lacking the gaudy plumage of her mate, the hen also would hardly go unnoticed. It is always exciting to see such a handsome pair of birds, especially when perched high on the mossy limb of a tree. "Woodies" are common throughout much of North America, frequenting wooded ponds and rivers, including many city parks. In winter they are often seen in large flocks, but in early spring they begin to pair up in preparation for nesting. Wood ducks usually choose a natural hollow high in a tree; sometimes the holes are crafted by woodpeckers. When the eggs hatch the little ducklings follow their mother out of the nest, dropping several feet to the forest floor and landing unharmed on their downy bellies!

Out on a Limb - Wood Ducks by Rod Frederick is available as a Signed And Numbered Limited Edition Print for sale. The prints have a 15-1/16 x 22 Image Size and is priced at $475. LAST ONE! It's in mint condition and has never been framed. Wildlife Artist Rod Frederick art prints on sale framed any way you want or unframed. Order your print today. All prints are professionally boxed and insured and guaranteed to arrive in mint condition. Wildlife Artist Rod Frederick painted a couple of Wood Ducks sitting on a tree limb over a lake or river in Art Prints for sale. Woodies and Waterfowl in Artwork on sale painted by Wildlife Artist Rod Frederick. All prints have been hand signed by the artist. This Print was published in 1986.

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Signed And Numbered Limited Edition Print 15-1/16 x 22 Image Size 1250 $475.00

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