Watching The Bay
Painting - Acrylic On Canvas
When we lived in the Miami we often saw pelicans sitting in the mangroves near our sailboat. The Brown Pelican is a white and gray bird, but often gets a yellowish wash in adult birds. It is difficult to tell male from female hence this title. The juvenile is similar but has a brownish-gray neck and white underparts.
Previously endangered they are now delisted due to their recovery. You can see them everywhere on the shores of AMI; diving for fish, sitting in the mangroves or skimming just above the surface of the water. This painting is for sale, contact the artist directly for purchase information.
April 9th, 2015
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