This bird, which Audubon called the “Black or Surf Duck”, is today called the Surf Scoter. It is a large sea duck that is common to both the Pacific and the Atlantic coasts. Even though it spends most of it’s life in saltwater, it breeds in freshwater lakes in Canada and Alaska.
Audubon saw this species while on his way to Labrador, in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, in 1833.
This Princeton Edition was printed on heavy, acid free, museum quality paper using specially designed archival inks. It is a fine art edition strictly limited to 1500 prints. All Princetons are hand numbered and bear an embossed seal in the lower margin of the print.
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