A Sandhill crane inspects its eggs and awaits motherhood.
The Sandhill crane, Grus canadensis, is a species of large crane of North America and extreme northeastern Siberia. The common name of this bird refers to habitat like that at the Platte River, on the edge of Nebraska’s Sandhills on the American Plains. The Greater Sandhill Crane is an iconic species of the Yampa Valley in Northwest Colorado. Returning in the spring from wintering grounds in New Mexico and Arizona, cranes nest and raise their young in wetland areas throughout the valley.
Acrylic – For the modern decor
These fine-art metallic prints are produced utilizing archival, silver metallic paper and archival pigment inks. They are face-mounted to UV-blocking conservation-grade acrylic with a permanent optically-clear adhesive. We recommended that your prints, like any fine pieces of art, should not be displayed in direct sunlight or near a direct source of heat. When displayed or stored properly, each print will remain in beautiful condition for more than 100 years.
Gallery wrapped Canvas – For the classic décor
These fine-art pigment prints are produced using the highest quality fine-art canvas and archival inks. The prints receive a UV and water-resistant lacquer coating and are stretched using heavy-duty stretcher bars and hardware. It is recommended that these prints, like any fine piece of art, should not be displayed in direct sunlight or near a direct source of heat. When displayed or stored properly, each print will remain in beautiful condition for more than 85 years.