Double-banded Plover (male)
The Double-banded Plover, Charadrius bicinctus, is a small shorebird, distinguished by a dark, grey-brown back with a distinctive white chest and a thin band of black situated just below the neck running across the chest along with a larger brown band underneath. During breeding season, these bands are more prominently apparent on the male birds. This species is also known as the Double-banded Dotterel; and in New Zealand it is known as the Banded Dotterel. The Double-banded Plover is predominantly found in New Zealand and some birds migrate to winter in Australia and other countries. The birds return to New Zealand to breed and for the nesting season.
Actual print dimensions: A4 8″ x 10″ (203mm x 254mm), A3 11″ x 13.75 (279mm x 349mm)
Media and Ink: Images are printed on 100% cotton rag – museum grade white fine art, matt 310gsm photographic paper. Epson UltraChrome HDR inks, the latest pigment ink technology are used for colour fidelity and permanence.
Photographer’s signature: Each photographic print is signed by hand. The signature appears near the bottom of the image.
Postage and packing: Images are supplied in an archival sleeve, packed in a tube and posted via Australia Post mail with tracking.