The Common Grackle (Quiscalus quiscula) is a fearless bird who will raid the plowed fields for foodstuffs and seeds freshly planted by farmers. Known as a pest throughout the country, they are marked by dark iridescent feathers.
Accurate representation inspired by Audubon’s print layout. Sized to match Harvell edition prints from the double elephant folio edition. Read Audubon’s journal about his encounters.
Edition of 120 signed and numbered prints, part of the “Resurrecting Audubon’s ‘Birds of America”. Specimen provided by Denver Museum of Nature and Science. Photograph by Lindsey Wohlman
Print – 12″ x 18″
Learn more about Common Grackle at allaboutbirds