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Small Mammal Photography And Fine Art Prints For Sale

An online gallery of captivating pictures of Small Mammals 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 Small Mammals

The prairie dog (genus Cynomys) is any of five species of burrowing, colony-forming squirrels that inhabit plains, high plateaus, and valleys in North America. Prairie dogs weigh up to 3.7 pounds with a body 11–13 inches long. The marmot (genus Marmota) is any of 14 species of giant ground squirrels found primarily in North America and Eurasia. Marmots weigh 6.6 to 15.4 pounds (depending upon the species) and the length of the body is 11.8 to 23.6 inches long.

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How to Purchase a Small Mammal Photo With Confidence

Are you looking to purchase some of the best Small Mammal photography? Then please consider one of the Small Mammal 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 Fascinating Behavior of Small Mammals

Capturing photos of Marmots, Pika, and Prairie Dogs seems a little odd at first. The truth is even the small critters are engaging in interesting behavior if you take the time to watch and study them. Just like larger mammals, there is a clear interaction between the mothers and their offspring.

The Marmots appear to have a family unit. The Pika dart in and out from between the rocks. The Prairie Dogs are always on the alert and make quite a racket when they stand up to sound the alarm. A lot is going on to photograph with them. It just takes a little patience to see it.