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Winters Call - Bald Eagles By Rod Frederick

Winters Call - Bald Eagles by Rod Frederick

As winter begins to set in, large groups of eagles congregate in certain areas, particularly in the northwest, where several can be seen roosting in one tree. Feeding mainly on fish, the eagles find the picking especially good, for the Pacific salmon are on the final run of their upstream spawn. Bald eagles are actually quite skilled at catching fish, and the weak, spawned out salmon make an easy meal for many.

Bald eagles were formerly found throughout North America, near coastal as well as inland waters, but their numbers were greatly reduced by human encroachment and the pollution of inland waters. Luckily, protective efforts taken in recent years have allowed the bald eagle to once again flourish. The sight of so many eagles together is impressive . . . to destroy that would be a tragedy.

Winters Call - Bald Eagles by Rod Frederick is available for sale as a signed and numbered limited print. They have a 33 x 15-5/8 vertical image size and are priced at $___ unframed. LOW SUPPLY!

Order yours today. All artwork is professionally boxed and insured and guaranteed to arrive in mint condition. Wildlife artist Rod Frederick painted several Bald Eagles grouped up sitting in a dead tree in the mountains. All prints have been hand signed by the artist. This painting was published in 1986.

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Signed And Numbered Limited Edition Print 33 x 15-5/8 Image Size 1250 Please Inquire Click to Inquire

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