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Limited Edition Commemorative Print
 

This limited edition print commemorates the 10-year anniversary of the reintroduction of the black-footed ferret in Arizona. Artwork for this print was taken from an original painting by Nanci Harlin, a wildlife artist from Seligman, Arizona. The painting depicts actual ferrets that were released into Gunnison’s prairie dog colonies found in the Aubrey Valley, outside of Seligman. The background accurately portrays the prairie, bound by the Aubrey Cliffs, making this print unique to Arizona. The 20 by 24 inch  print and gift cards (10 per box) are available for purchase.All proceeds from the sale of this limited edition print will be shared between the black-footed ferret project and the art program for the local elementary, middle, and high schools in Seligman, where Ms. Harlin teaches art.

To purchase a print or gift cards, please e-mail bmauer@azgfd.gov or call (928) 692-7700.  For more information about the wildlife artist, Nanci Harlin, please e-mail nancyharlin@hotmail.com or call (928) 422-4451.

 

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