San Francisco-based photographer Sharon Beals has photographed nineteenth and twentieth century bird nests preserved in museum and science collections since 2007. She uses her images to create awareness of native habitats, as well as, river and ocean conservation.
Nest of a Grey Jay (Perisoreus canadensis capitalis)
Museum of Vertebrate Zoology
Pigment ink on archival etching paper, framed with 2″ borders, floated with UV plexi glazing.
28.5″ W x 1.5″ D x 28.5″ H
Item Numbers: PM-CN-BEALS-GREY JAY
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