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Crane and Avocet 1930 Antique Allan Brooks National Geographic Natural History Lithographs, Pl 295

by PetitPoulailler

Gleaned from a National Geographic Societies's 1930 ornithology reference, here is a lovely natural history lithograph featuring -

Sandhill Crane
Whooping Crane*
Little Brown Crane

On the paper's reverse is a black and white rotogravure of a flock of avocets, a wading stilt bird, by J. W. Jackson. Wonderful to frame or as an addition to your at-the-ready ephemera supply. This will be perfect for tag and card creations, for scrap-book page-making, collage.

The lithograph is color-rich and vibrant 85+ years later, showing no creases, folds, marks, or tears. The heavy paper is clean and measures 6.25" x 10" (16x25 cm).

You are purchasing an original 1930 paper and it does not have watermarks. I will send this to you flat, protected, and by USPS 1st Class mail.

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*Never very abundant, the Whooping Crane suffered in the late 1800's from indiscriminate shooting, habitat disturbance, and the draining of the large, isolated marshes that it frequented.

In 1941 there were only 21 wild birds and two captives remaining. Today there are 600 whooping cranes. 400 in the wild. The species is still on the endangered list and is carefully monitored.*

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