Kenai Peninsula, Alaska
Limited Edition of 2500 | Artist Proof 250
Unruffled by each other's presence, four bald eagles peaceably occupy an abandoned driftwood snag along the shores of Alaska's Kachemak Bay. Bald eagles are unique to North America and although now inhabit much of the continent, nearly half of the population of 70,000 live in Alaska. In 1967 bald eagles were officially declared an endangered species in all areas of the United States south of the 40th parallel. It wasn't until June 28, 2007 that the Interior Department took the American bald eagle, our national symbol, off the endangered species list.
Item Number: 2948
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