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Sharing The Habitat - Pintails By David A. Maass

By David Maass

SHARING THE HABITAT - Pintails and mallard ducks painted by wildlife artist David A. Maass

Pintail Duck, this is a large duck, and the male's long central tail feathers give rise to the species' English and scientific names. Both sexes have blue-grey bills and grey legs and feet. The drake is more striking, having a thin white stripe running from the back of its chocolate-colored head down its neck to its mostly white undercarriage. The drake also has attractive grey, brown, and black patterning on its back and sides. The hen's plumage is more subtle and subdued, with drab brown feathers similar to those of other female dabbling ducks. Hens make a coarse quack and the drakes a flute-like whistle.

Sharing the Habitat - Pintails by David A. Maass is available for sale as a signed and numbered limited edition print with a 16-1/2 x 26 image size priced at $175 unframed. LOW SUPPLY!

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Signed And Numbered Limited Edition Artist Proof Print 16-1/2 x 25 Image Size 540 $175.00

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