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Great Egret 1
A symbol of love and dedication, the male great egrets collects twigs for his mate to build their nest. Ideal for expressing your love and building lives together
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American White Ibis 2
A symbol of speed and resilience, this portrait of a sly American White Ibis is welcome in any home or office
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$195.00
A symbol of speed and resilience, this portrait of an American White Ibis is a bird-lover's dream.
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$225.00
Great Egret 2
The male Great Egret during mating season, in full plumage and color.
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Cormorant
A silhouette of a cormorant, a bird that has a wide and varied symbolism in history and literature, is a great accent piece to your home or office.
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Common Gallinule
A most interesting and colorful waterfowl, the gallinule will bring a smile to anyone's face
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Great Egret 1
Great Egret 1, Photograph (LAM00102PH)
Great Egret

This image of a male great egret was taken during mating season, as evidenced by the distinctive green banding from his eye and his willowy tail feathers. He also has a twig that he will bring to his mate for use in constructing their nest.

Standard print size is 16x20 inches. Actual image size is approximately 13x16 inches, and is surrounded by a thin red border.  Also available as an 8x10 inch print, with proportional image size.

Location: Audubon Park Rookery, New Orleans, Louisiana.
(c) Copyright Alan D. Ezkovich, Photographer.
LAM-00102-PH
A symbol of love and dedication, the male great egrets collects twigs for his mate to build their nest. Ideal for expressing your love and building lives together
Add to Cart
$225.00
American White Ibis 2
American White Ibis 2, Photograph (LAM109PH)
American White Ibis 2, Photograph

The American White Ibis (also known in south Louisiana as the bec croche or petit flaman) is a sleek and speedy flyer. They have the reputation of being the last wildlife to leave before a hurricane and the first to return after a storm passes. 

Standard print size is 12x18 inches. Actual image size is approximately 10x15 inches, and is surrounded by a thin red outline and a thick black border.

Location: Audubon Park Rookery, New Orleans, Louisiana.
(c) Copyright Alan D. Ezkovich, Photographer.
LAM-00109-PH
A symbol of speed and resilience, this portrait of a sly American White Ibis is welcome in any home or office
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$195.00
American White Ibis 1, Photograph (LAM00107PH)
American White Ibis

The American White Ibis (also known in south Louisiana as the bec croche or petit flaman) is a sleek and speedy flyer. They have the reputation of being the last wildlife to leave before a hurricane and the first to return after a storm passes. The legend must be true, as Hurricane Katrina seems to have had little impact on their presence in New Orleans.

Standard print size is 16x20 inches. Actual image size is approximately 13x16 inches, and is surrounded by a thin red outline and a thick white border.  Also available in 8x10, with proportionally smaller image area.

Location: Audubon Park Rookery, New Orleans, Louisiana.
(c) Copyright Alan D. Ezkovich, Photographer.
LAM-00107-PH
A symbol of speed and resilience, this portrait of an American White Ibis is a bird-lover's dream.
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$225.00
Great Egret 2
Great Egret 2, Photograph (LAM00103PH)
Great Egret

This image of a male great egret was taken at sunset during mating season, as evidenced by the distinctive green banding from his eye, and willowy tail feathers.

Standard print size is 16x20 inches. Actual image size is approximately 13x16 inches, and is surrounded by a thin red border

Location: Audubon Park Rookery, New Orleans, Louisiana.
(C) Copyright Alan D. Ezkovich, Photographer
LAM-100103-PH
The male Great Egret during mating season, in full plumage and color.
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$225.00
Cormorant
Cormorant, Photograph (LAM00101PH)
Cormorant

The double-crested cormorant is an easily recognized bird, often found warming itself with its wings spread. The cormorant has a lyrical history as well, finding itself in European coats of arms (representing the Christian cross) and Milton's Paradise Lost (in which Satan enters Eden as a cormorant for his first effort at tempting Eve).

Standard print size is 16x16 inches. Actual image size is approximately 14.5x14.5 inches, and is enclosed is a thin red border. Also available as an unframed 20x20 inch print, with an image size of 16x16 inches, or 10x10 inch print, with a proportionally smaller image.

Location: Audubon Park Rookery, New Orleans, Louisiana.
(c) Copyright Alan D. Ezkovich, Photographer
LAM-100101-PH
A silhouette of a cormorant, a bird that has a wide and varied symbolism in history and literature, is a great accent piece to your home or office.
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$225.00
Common Gallinule
Common Gallinule, Photograph (LAM00106PH)
Common Gallinule

The common gallinule, formerly known as the common moorhen, is a colorful member of the rail family of marsh birds, notable for its red facial shield, yellow and green legs, and un-webbed feet.

Standard print size is 16x16 inches. Actual image size is approximately 14.5x14.5 inches, and is enclosed is a thin red border. Also available as an unframed 20x20 inch print, with an image size of 16x16 inches.

Location: Audubon Park Rookery, New Orleans, Louisiana.
(c) Copyright Alan D. Ezkovich, Photographer
LAM-100106-PH
A most interesting and colorful waterfowl, the gallinule will bring a smile to anyone's face
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$225.00
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