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From my "Aviary" series! Printed in my studio in Bloomington, Indiana, using all archival pigment inks on acid-free matte photo paper, with a white border to make framing easy. Pigment inks and paper are rated to last at least 90 years.


Available as an 8x10 or 11x14 (both standard sizes for framing!)


This print is in landscape format.


Each piece comes signed and will be shipped flat in a rigid mailer via First Class USPS.


***Please note this print arrives unframed***

Fun mourning dove facts!


The mourning dove is the most widespread and abundant game bird in North America, with a U.S. population estimated at 350 million. It’s fairly common to see 2 mourning doves cuddling with each other. Mating pairs are monogamous and often mate for life. When it lays eggs, it is almost always just 2 and the incubation is only 2 weeks. It is mainly attracted to open spaces, only avoiding areas with deep forests. The wings make an unusual whistling sound upon take-off and landing. The bird is a strong flier, capable of speeds up to 55 mph. To attract mourning doves to your yard, install an open platform feeder, ground feeder, or scatter seeds, particularly millet, on the ground or on platform feeders. Plant dense shrubs or evergreen trees in your yard to provide nesting sites.

Mourning Dove Print, unframed

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