\Bluebird's Okanagan Habitat

Bluebird's Okanagan Habitat
Original Work
Acrylic on Canvas
30" x 40" Framed 
Price $ 2500.00 Framed
Price $ 2600.00 Unframed

Bluebird's Okanagan Habitat
Giclee on Canvas
Limited Edition
30 " x 40"
Price $ 1500.00 Framed






  • Painting Notes:

    This “bluebird” painting was inspired by a hike in the White Lake Grasslands Protected Area. The interconnectedness of nature is important in this painting with its unique ecosystem. In the distance you see the silt cliffs that are familiar landmarks in this area, with a stand of small aspen trees in the foreground. The habitat of the Western Bluebird is limited to southern British Columbia, primarily in the Okanagan Valley. This Western Bluebird arrives from its wintering grounds in the south earlier than most birds and begins hunting for a suitable nest site in March and early April. Bluebirds across North America were once common, but by the 1960’s their numbers had dropped due to development and invasive species. The competition seriously impacted bluebirds, and other native tree cavity users.

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