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The Eastern Rosella is not categorised as endangered. This is because they are adapting to urban environments as a result of continual human encroachment on their natural habitat. Their population seems to be flourishing. However, in the wild they nest in eucalypt trees with hollows that are 1 metre deep and 30 metres up the tree. The trees need to be over 100 years old to develop these hollows. As trees fall and die or are logged or cleared, they can’t be replaced without 100 or more years of growth, maturity and decay. Therefore, it is the older trees that these birds, and many other species, rely on that are threatened. It is for this reason I use only FSC approved paper for my prints and drawings.
Giclée print on 300gsm archival matte paper.
A3 (297mm X 420mm)
Shipped in postal tubes.