The Baudó oropendola (Psarocolius cassini) is considered rare and localised. It is endemic to a small area of moist tropical lowland forests in Colombia between 100 – 365 meters in elevation. This species prefers forests found along rivers and coastal plains, which are traditionally the first areas to be deforested for development. The Baudó oropendola numbers continue to decline largely due to habitat loss from logging, mining, agriculture and palm oil plantations. This painting was created for the AFC Silent Skies mural to raise awareness about endangered birds of the world and support organizations that strive to protect them.
Available Editions of this Artwork
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|Baudo Oropendula | Open Edition (signed)||Open||8.00" H x 8.00" W||$100.00 USD||