A flock of beautiful swans make a landing in the swampy marshes in the David Maass print WEAVER BOTTOOMS-TUNDRA SWANS.
"Each fall, the Mississippi River valley becomes a migration corridor for many species of waterfowl, raptors and shorebirds moving from their northern summer homes to warmer southern wintering grounds. One of the more spectacular birding opportunities in the southeastern Minnesota region is witnessing the impressive concentration of thousands of tundra swans in November at the Weaver Bottoms marshes of Winona County. Such great numbers of tundra swans only appear in this area on their route south."--MN DNR
This print is signed and numbered with a certificate of authenticity. Available in an unframed image size of 25 x 16.5".