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“Picking Flowers”

Wallhanging by Anne Peyton
Dimensions:
12.00" H x 12.00" W
Medium:
Acrylic
Year Completed:
2015
Subject(s):
Green-tailed Towhee (Pipilo chlorurus)
Original for Sale:
Original Available
Artist will donate 25% to Liberty Wildlife Rehabilitation Foundation from sale of this work.
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Price: $1,800 USD
Green-tailed Towhees are most often found scratching through leaf litter under dense cover. They tend to live in and around low shrubs, on low branches and on the ground. Currently, Green-tailed Towhee numbers are good, but because they live close to the ground, they are sensitive to agricultural changes, extreme grazing, and wildfires. Green-tailed Towhees are especially vulnerable to domestic cat attacks. According to the American Bird Conservancy, it is estimated the world loses over a billion birds each year to house cats. Until there is a way to eliminate attacks by cats, the numbers of small birds lost to cats will continue.

 

 

“Picking Flowers” | Wallhanging by Anne Peyton | Artists for Conservation 2018