Regent Honeyeaters (Anthochaera phrygia) are found in south-eastern Australia and are listed as critically endangered due to the huge habitat loss of box-ironbark forests on which they depend. They can be identified by the bare skin around their eyes and beautifully scalloped black and white breast feathers and canary yellow wing bars and tail feathers.
Original artwork is sent express and insured using Australia post, and shipped in a plastic sleeve and rigid cardboard envelope.
Approx. 14.25″ x 10.5″ / 57cm x 42cm (Portrait)
Colours may vary slightly due to the difference in monitor calibrations.
Unmounted and unframed.
Grateful to Mark Gillow for his photo that I used as a reference for my drawing. License: CC BY 2.0