Immature Male Superb Fairy Wren moulting into breeding plumage.

Male Fairy-wrens moult into their breeding plumage (blue tail, head, body) each breeding season.  

Immature males will moult into breeding plumage the first breeding season after hatching, but it will be incomplete and take 2/3 years to perfect.

 

The tail feathers are an important feature of a Fairy-Wren as they are usually held upright and assist with balance when they hop and bounce!

Tail feathers are what steers a bird in flight.

 

This bird was photographed during a bird banding study in Mount Annan Botanical Gardens.

 

To preserve your photograph we recommend that you frame behind glass/Acrylic, so the print does not touch the glass.

 

Available Sizes:

A3 (Square): Approx 30 x 30cm, limited edition of 50.

A4 (Square): Approx 20 x 20cm, Open Edition.

Fairy Wren from Behind

AU$100.00Price
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  • The paper we use is environmentally friendly archival silk photographic paper which is reisistant to moisture and yellowing.

     

    This 100% virgin fibre media is sourced from sustainable forests and has received the Nordic Swan Award; the most demanding ecological mark in international paper. The manufacturing mill maintains ISO14001 Environmental Management System Certification, recycles water, uses waste products as an energy source with waste and effluent treatment systems in place. There are no detectable dioxin discharges in the manufacture of this product.

  • Please contact us for a custom framing quote.

    Turn-around is two weeks.

     

    Format:

    Print will be framed behind glass then slim box framed in a wooden frame (pictured) . 

     

    Each print is signed with edition number & embossed with certificate of authenticity.

     

    Please specify your frame colour, for this print we recommend white.

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