The Orange-bellied Parrot's (OBP) migrate between the Australian mainland and Tasmania, spending summer breeding in Tasmania and winter in coastal Victoria and South Australia.
The last party depicts a social gathering, a last catch-up and 'see you on the otherside' as they prepeare to fly across the Bass Strait to their breeding grounds.
The OBP is one of Australia's most threatened species, with less than 50 parrots thought to exist in the wild today. It is protected under the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act (1999) and is listed as Critically Endangered.
This image is part of BirdLife Australia Bird Week exhibition.
45x85cm, edition of 10.
Professionally printed on 320gsm Hahnemuhle photo rag pearl paper
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The last Party
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