The human inhabitants who live in this location have taken special efforts to welcome the arriving wildlife. The gentle, meandering stream offers a natural haven for visiting waterfowl, but these two Canadian honkers have discovered an unusual and ideal nesting spot. Conservationists have placed a tightly rolled hay bale at water's edge. The bale was donated by a local farmer and was carefully spotted on the ice during the previous winter. As spring arrived and the ice melted, the bale dropped into its appointed place. Such innovative thinking is a beautiful example of how man and nature are working together to become good 'Shoreline Neighbors.'
Open edition art print from the >Collage Collection featuring smaller versions of previous Redlin limited edition print releases. Image size, 9.25 x 5.25. Framed size 13-5/8 x 9-3/4 with oak-finish hardwood moulding, linen liner and nameplate.