The ultimate sun chaser, the Dollarbird arrives in northern and eastern Australia in September each year to breed before migrating to New Guinea and adjacent islands to spend the winter.
The Dollarbird gets its unusual name because of its large, prominent white spot resembling silver dollars on each wing, visible when the bird is in flight.
This is a reproduction of an original drawing printed on museum archival quality 100% cotton rag art paper.
Each print is signed by the artist.
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Choose from 8"x10", A4 (21 x 27.9cm), A3 (29.7 x 42.0cm), A2 (42 x 59.4cm) or A1 (59.4 x 84.1 cm)
Paper: Archival Matte Paper with a slight texture.
Note: IMG 02 shows the natural timber frame option, IMG 03 is the hanger option. Lifestyle photos are styling suggestions only.