Oil on canvas in black float frame
36" h x 48" w
"The species of Hawaiian crow, once on the verge of extinction, has been the subject of intensive captive breeding programs to boost their numbers to over 125 in captivity," shares Melissa. "Revered in Hawaiian culture and the last of its kind, two birds Mana`olana and Manaiakalani were observed in May of this year tending to a nest and eggs–a first ever in the wild and cause for hope that the ‘alalā may once more thrive in the Hawaiian forest."
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