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Golden Eagle in the Pines

Scots Pine Series

Pen and Ink drawing digital reproduction

Black and White Wall Art  - Illustration reproduction of Scottish birds of prey with Papuan and Pacific Islander Patterns 

11 3/4 “ x 16 1/2” 297mm x 420mm

(Comes with matt board and backing)


Golden Eagles a time were found all over Europe but over the years killed because of large-scaled land use, illegal killings by sheep farmers and game keepers. 


The population was exterminated in England and Wales be 1850 and Ireland by 1912. Despite the widespread killings a small number of breading pairs survived in the South- West of Scotland.  With the current breading programming in place, there are now 431 breeding pairs with all but one living in Scotland.

(Frame not included)

Golden Eagle in the Pines (Limited Edition Print)

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