High Density Living II by Angela Robertson-Buchanan – In 2018 there was a record number of little Honeyeaters that were rescued in the inner city of Sydney.
It is believed they had come into the suburban/city garden areas in search of flowering nectar as their usual habitat had dried up during the drought which had affected NSW.
Although city gardens provide valuable food sources for some bird species, these tiny honeyeaters couldn’t navigate the high-rise buildings resulting in collisions.
The birds featured here all recovered from wing injuries and concussion.
They were all successfully rehabbed/released.
Birds in artwork include:
Yellow-faced Honeyeater, Scarlet Honeyeater, White-naped Honeyeater, New-holland Honeyeater
In Sydney, bird habitat is shrinking whilst urban development is increasing.
This image is a variation to High Density I which is a finalist in the Ravenswood Womens Art Prize
Printed on Canson Fine Art cotton rag paper
Signed with edition number & embossed, includes a certificate of authenticity.
Will be sent carefully rolled in tissue paper in a sturdy cardboard tube.