Size: 6X6 inches
Oils on Canvas
The violet-eared waxbill or common grenadier (Uraeginthus granatinus) is a common species of estrildid finch found in drier land of Southern Africa. Food consists of seeds of grasses and of various other plants, supplemented by termites, which are in abundance. The young initially are fed with lots of insects. They always live in pairs. The juveniles hang together until they have their adult colouring (after about 3 months), after which they disperse, or even start looking already for a partner for the next breeding season.
Original Painting, signed, framed and ready to hang.This artwork makes a great wall piece for your house or a beautiful gift.
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