This print is actually a lithograph, although it is signed and numbered like the serigraphs.
This bird has been spear-gunning his grub for eighty million years, so - don't worry - he knows what to do next with his fish kebab. Silent and alert, he patrols southern swamp waters with hull submerged and periscope up. Time to eat: he decreases buoyancy and takes 'er down. Bluegill to starb'd - fire ONE! While his dinner settles, he'll hang his dripping wings out to dry. Indians of the Amazon named him nhinga. Why? Why not?