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Atlantic Flyway - Canvasbacks By David A. Maass

By David Maass

Atlantic Flyway - Canvasbacks by David A. Maass

The Canvasback is a species of diving duck, the largest found in North America. It ranges from 1922 inches in length and weighs approximately 2 3.5 pounds, with a wingspan of 3135 inches. The Canvasback has a distinctive wedge-shaped head and long graceful neck. The adult male (drake) has a black bill, a chestnut red head and neck, a black breast, a grayish back, black rump, and a blackish brown tail. The drake's sides, back, and belly are white with fine vermiculation resembling the weave of a canvas, which gave rise to the bird's common name. The bill is blackish and the legs and feet are bluish-gray. The iris is bright red in the spring, but duller in the winter. The adult female (hen) also has a black bill, a light brown head and neck, grading into a darker brown chest and fore-back. The sides, flanks, and back are grayish brown. The bill is blackish and the legs and feet are bluish-gray. Its sloping profile distinguishes it from other ducks.

Atlantic Flyway - Canvasbacks by David Maass is available for sale as a signed and numbered limited edition print with a 20 x 17 vertical image size priced at $175 unframed.

Painting of a flock of Canvasbacks landing in some strong wind as other large flocks fly overhead in the sky painted by Wildlife Artist David Maass. We have a lot of other great waterfowl paintings on our website. All paintings are professionally boxed and insured and guaranteed to arrive in mint condition. Minnesota Wildlife Artist David Maass painted some Waterfowl and canvasbacks ducks in high quality fine art prints for sale.

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Signed And Numbered Limited Edition Print 20 x 17 Image Size 700 $175.00

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