‘Alalā at Hawaiian Petroglyph Hill, giclée print by artist Elizabeth Miller.
This print features the ‘alalā, or Hawaiian crow, among a colorful petroglyph field. This print comes either matted or also matted and framed. The ‘alalā is commonly known as the Hawaiian crow, and is the most endangered bird in the world. They are extinct in the wild, with a little over 100 existing in captivity. A release is planned for late 2016 with hopes to reintroduce this native species to the islands. (Colors of mat and frame may vary).
Dimensions: 9″ x 9″
You can learn more about Elizabeth Miller and her process by visiting her bio page here.