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#237 Birds of Seattle’s upland neighborhoods (14 x 18)
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#237 Birds of Seattle’s upland neighborhoods (14 x 18)


#237  Birds of Seattle’s upland neighborhoods (14 x 18)
14 x 18 signed poster, “Birds of Seattle’s upland neighborhoods ,” foamcore-backed and bagged. Printed on the same heavy paper as our prints and hand-signed by the artist. Published on March 11, 2016.   This is intended not as a comprehensive display of all the birds that can be seen in the upland neighborhoods (by that I mostly mean not near water or wetlands), but as promotional imagery of birds that are fairly likely or at least regularly seen in most years.  I have presented most in their most colorful plumage.  The Starling, for instance, is covered in white spots during the off-breeding months and does not look like the bird shown during most of the fall and winter.

This is #13 of the Biodiversity Poster Series: BPS 13

Salmonids BPS 1
Hummingbirds US BPS 2
Cetaceans BPS 3
Butterflies Puget Sound BPS 4
Warblers of the West BPS 5
Sharks BPS 6
Owls US BPS 7
Rockfish BPS 8
Hummingbirds Costa Rica BPS 9
Athletes of the Sea BPS 10
Cats North America BPS 11
Seabirds NW BPS 12
Birds of Seattle BPS 13
Wildlife from Ferry BPS 14
True Crabs BPS 15
Bats Washington BPS 16 (coming soon)
Swallows Swifts Nighthawks NA BPS 17 (planned for 2022)
Warblers East BPS 18 (planned 2023)

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Published March 11, 2016

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