This watercolor illustration of Kirtland's warblers depicts jack pine, as well as the eastern pine elfin butterfly and the purplish gray moth. Kirtland's warblers nest exclusively in young jack pine forest, primarily in Northern Michigan, and also Wisconsin and Ontario.
In the mid-20th century, habitat loss and brood parasitism endangered Kirtland's warblers. In 1973, government agencies partnered with private interests and organizations to establish a Kirtland's warbler recovery plan, and after decades of collaborative conservation efforts, Kirtland's warblers have positively increased. They were delisted from the Endangered Species Act in 2019.
This limited edition print is available in 3 sizes: 8"x10", 12"x15", 16"x20". Professionally printed in Northern Michigan, on a textured matte paper—certified archival, 310gsm, 100% cotton fiber, acid and lignin free. Prints arrive packaged on rigid backboard in a clear protective sleeve. Only 200 archival prints available until sold out.
Learn more about Kirtland's warblers at The Cornell Lab:
Have your print arrive ready to hang in a a richly-colored burl wood frame. These high quality frames measure 1 1/8" wide with a 1" depth. High quality and timeless, these frames come in multiple sizes: 8"x10" frames arrive with picture frame glass, sawtooth hanger and archival backing. 12"x15" and 16"x20" frames arrive with acrylic facing, hanging wire and archival backing. Please allow 3 to 5 weeks for framed prints to arrive on your doorstep.