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Painted Bunting Pair

South Miami, Florida

Painted Bunting Pair

This picture was taken right in our own front yard. Painted Buntings (Passerina ciris) are small birds (about 5½ inches) that have shown a significant decline in population over the last thirty-five years. The Atlantic coastal population breeds from North Carolina south to central Florida, and winters in southern Florida. They are shy birds that like low bushes and eat mostly seeds and insects. The bird on the left is an adult male, while the female (or immature male) is on the right.

For more information, check out the following blog posts:
Why Doesn’t The Female Painted Bunting Get Any Respect?
Why You Haven’t Seen Any Painted Buntings
How Nancy Got Her Painted Bunting Pictures

Photographic details: Canon EOS 30D camera w/ EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS USM lens set at 365mm. Flash was used. Camera was on f/10 for 1/160 sec at ISO 400.

Print details: maximum size Medium Printed Estimated
  Fine Art Paper 12" x 18" 26" x 36"
  Canvas 24" x 34" 34" x 49"

Currently In Stock

Although we can print to your specifications any size up to the above limits to the nearest 1/16" with any mat and moulding combinations, the below prints are available immediately:

Print Number   Description Price (includes sales tax & shipping)
Matted:
#33 Matted Bunting Pair 33 matted 11"x15" print, red inside beige mats (outside 16"x20") $111
 
Framed:
#14N
Paper
Framed Bunting Pair 14 framed 12"x16", red inside beige mats, brown driftwood frame (outside 201/4"x241/4") $231
 
#25 Framed Bunting Pair 25 framed 12"x16", black inside ivory mats, black frame (outside 203/4"x243/4") $231
 
Canvas:
#3N Canvas
& #5N Canvas
Large Canvas Bunting Pair gallery-wrapped 24"x36"x11/2" $556
 
#35, #36, & #37 Smsall Canvas Bunting Pair gallery-wrapped 12"x18"x3/4" $204


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We used to have a different numbering system for prints on fine art paper than for print on canvas, as described in our blog post We’ve Changed Our Numbering System Again. For the Painted Bunting Pair, the consolidated numbering system began at #23 (after 14 paper prints and 8 canvas prints had been made).