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Bird of Paradise Original Painting by Kay Clark

birds, Wildlife, songbirds, Abstract, RSPB, conservation, interior decor

There are more three dozen species in the family of Paradisaeidae, know as the birds of paradise.

Distinguished by striking colours and bright plumage of yellow, blue, scarlet, and green. These colours distinguish them as some of the world’s most dramatic and attractive birds.

This abstract is a version of my interpretation of the Bird of paradise.

Shipped wrapped in bubble wrap with board over the glass and packaged in secure box.


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