House Wren Pl. #120
In addition to a Certificate of Authenticity, each print is accompanied by a booklet which includes Audubon's complete, personal description of the bird as found in the Octavos:
“Its flight is short, generally low, and performed by a constant tremor of the wings, without any jerks of either the body or tail, although the latter is generally seen erect, unless when the bird is singing, when it is always depressed. When passing from one place to another, during the love-season, or whilst its mate is sitting, this sweet little bird flutters still more slowly through the air, singing all the while. It is sprightly, active, vigilant, and courageous. It delights in being near and about the gardens, orchards, and the habitations of man, and is frequently found in abundance in the very centre of our eastern cities, where many little boxes are put up against the walls of houses, or the trunks of trees, for its accommodation, as is also done in the country. In these it nestles and rears its young.” - J.J. Audubon, circa 1835

Exact Print of Page with Border

House Wren Only

Archival Photo Paper (8.5" x 11")

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Archival Photo Paper (24" x 36")

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Giclee English Coton Rag (8.5" x 11")

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Giclee English Coton Rag (24" x 36")

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