Mallards in Flooded Timber - Giclee on Canvas or Paper
Inspired by Guy's many hunting trips to Arkansas, "Priairie Wings" captures the excitement of the moment when flocks of mallards circle and begin to drop in through the brightly colored oaks to the flooded bottom below. Arkansas is famous for its Mallards and flooded timber. Waterfowl hunters come from far and wide to experience a unique spectacle of nature, and a truly memorable combination of great hunting and beautiful surroundings. This painting is also available as a print though Fine Art America.
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