Estero Reflections 1 Print
The word “estero” means estuary in Spanish; an estuary is a tidal inlet of the sea. Depending on the time of day and the tide, different creatures are active. On one visit to the estero, I watched a group of little egrets feeding on small fish. Two long-billed curlews accompanied them. Many shorebirds depend on mangrove estuaries not only to provide food, but as a safe place to nest and raise their young. So much bounty in this coastal nursery!
This is one of the three prints available to re-create the original image (see framed original as an example). Dimensions of each print are approximately 12" x 11". Order one or all three!