Red-Headed Woodpecker Pl. #271
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:
“I never saw this pretty bird in any of our eastern districts, and rarely farther up the Ohio than Louisville, in the neighbourhood of which place it rears its young. Louisiana sYou have now, kind reader, under consideration a species of Woodpecker, the general habits of which are so well known in our United States, that, were I assured of your having traversed the woods of America, I should feel disposed to say little about them.The Red-heads (by which name this species is usually designated) may be considered as residents of the United States, inasmuch as many of them remain in the Southern Districts during the whole winter, and breed there in summer. The greater number, however, pass to countries farther south.” - J.J. Audubon, circa 1835

Exact Print of Page with Border

Red-Headed Woodpecker 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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