A brilliant Audubon illustration of a flamingo, reproduced on fine-art paper in rich, colorfast inks that will not fade over time. The print is set in an elegant wood frame with a black-and-silver finish. Born in Saint Domingue (modern-day Haiti), John James Audubon moved to France before emigrating to America at age 18. It was here that his passion for wildlife took shape, and he went on to become one of the country's most celebrated naturalists and wildlife artists. His major work, "The Birds of America," is considered among the finest works of ornithology.