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Pelican Photography And Fine Art Prints For Sale

An online gallery of captivating pictures of Pelicans for sale as limited edition, luxury fine art prints and wall art from a professional wildlife photographer and artist. These Museum Quality landscape photographs are available as Fine Art Paper Prints, Metal Prints, and Acrylic Prints. Large-scale prints up to 6 feet in size are available.

Facts About Pelicans

The pelican is any of seven or eight species of water birds in the genus Pelecanus constituting the family Pelecanidae (order Pelecaniformes) and are distinguished by their large elastic throat pouches. Some species reach a length of 70 inches and have a wingspan of 10 feet and can weigh up to 30 pounds. They are among the largest of birds. Pelican eat fish which they catch with their throat pouch and are swallowed immediately.

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How to Purchase a Pelican Photo With Confidence

Are you looking to purchase some of the best Pelican photography? Then please consider one of the White or Brown Pelican photos from this gallery. I offer you the ability to work directly with me, the photographer and artist, instead of through a gallery art director or manager.

I create high-resolution, museum-quality prints, with limited editions of 100. They are printed using the highest standards and materials in the industry. For more information, see my Print Options and Custom Framing pages.


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The Unusual Look Of Pelicans

I offer Limited Edition, Fine Art photographs of Pelicans that are for sale as Fine Art Prints, Metal Prints, and Acrylic prints. One of these pictures of Pelicans will add a dramatic focal point to any room!

Photos of Pelicans were not the first thing that came to mind as a wildlife photographer. I grew up on the water in Florida and Brown Pelicans are everywhere so I didn't give them much thought. However, getting a closer look at them in the Spring with full colors for mating, I saw something else.

Photos of White Pelicans were definitely on the list when I started photographing birds. Many of them spend the winter in Florida, so it was just a matter of finding the best locations. What's not to like about a large white birds swimming in the water or coming into land?